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Veterans Job And Resource Fair To Be Held This Week

Veterans Job And Resource Fair To Be Held This Week

The Fresno County Veterans Employment Committee is hosting its annual Job-n-Resource Fair for veterans, National Guard members, and reservists returning from active duty.

More than 50 employers are expected to be there with dozens of job openings available.

The job fair will be held on Thursday, May 10th  from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the American Legion Post 509. That's on  3509 North First Street in Fresno.

The event is open and free to everyone including non-veteran job seekers.

For more information, you can call Samuel Duran at (559) 230-4077 or Annette Wholaver at (559) 230-4055.

Ronald McDonald House Charities Night At Fresno Grizzlies

Ronald McDonald House Charities Night At Fresno Grizzlies

Live Music This Saturday At Fig Garden Village

Live Music This Saturday At Fig Garden Village

Are you looking for something fun to do this Saturday? How about spending the evening listening to some music at Fig Garden Village?

Live music will be available from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Patio Cafe.

Click here to learn about other events at Fig Garden Village.

Cinco de Mayo Festival Downtown

Cinco de Mayo Festival Downtown

Downtown Fresno Partnership with Univision Television & Radio, is proud to present Fresno’s annual Cinco de Mayo Festival on historic Fulton Mall this weekend (May 5-6).

Celebrated worldwide as an occasion to pay tribute to the Mexican victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, Cinco de Mayo is one of Downtown Fresno's biggest annual events. Nearly 60,000 people attend this free outdoor festival each year, held on the historic Fulton Mall in Downtown Fresno.

Highlighting authentic Mexican food, dancing, music, shopping, kids activities and more ... the celebration is a great weekend destination for families.

Climbers To Raise Money For Fresno County Schools

Story submitted by Fresno County Office of Education:

Climbers with a Cause to Benefit The Foundation @ FCOE.

Local rock climbers Les Phillips and Drew Brodhead will ascend the sheer face of El Capitan in Yosemite over a period of four to five days in an effort to raise funds for innovative programs in local K-12 schools.

All donations will go directly to support individual teacher grants in Fresno County through a program known as Innovative Grants.

Les and Drew will maintain an ongoing blog detailing their preparation for the climb as well as the actual climb in May. They will also engage a local classroom of middle school students in the excitement via distance communication and actual classroom visits.

The climb is scheduled for May 20-24.

'Teeing Up Fore The Kids'

'Teeing Up Fore The Kids'

Free Family Health Fair: May 20th

Free Family Health Fair: May 20th