By Brandon Santiago
HANFORD — Come celebrate Latino culture in Kings County at the 8th Annual Noche de Cultura on March 9.
The event, presented by the Professional Latin American Association, honors local Latino professionals and businesses for their service to the community. The celebration will be held at 5:30 p.m. with cocktails, a [...]
By Tracy Correa
A $15,000 grant from PG&E to nonprofit Kings Community Action Organization (KCAO) will help feed thousands of Kings County residents this summer.
The recently-awarded funding will be used to support KCAO’s [...]
Koinonia one of several local groups working with KCAO to distribute food
Deana Lucken has a job as an in-home health provider, while her husband is a truck driver. But a sagging economy has left the couple barely scraping by nowadays, with time to stand in line and get a little bit of the [...]
From the Hanford Sentinel:
Kings Community Action Organization will conduct a public forum tonight from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at its main office in Hanford.
The forums are being held to give Kings County residents a chance to express their concerns and propose services to help enhance the community.
The Hanford office is [...]
Friday is National Child Care Provider Appreciation Day. Communities across the country are honoring their local child care work force, whose significance is often obscured by their relative invisibility in the community.
Ironically, some 387 state-contracted child care providers in Kings County like Rodriguez are holding their breath for the state budget ax to [...]
A new initiative to teach children ages 5 and under about fire and burn safety came to a close this week after firefighters had reached out to more than 400 local kids.
The Hanford Fire Department visited every preschool in town over a two-month period to increase awareness about the dangers present in the [...]
A 100 or so Kings County women and a handful of men came together Saturday at the Hanford Civic Auditorium to host a wine and dessert tasting event – all for a good cause.
Dubbed “Embracing Our Sisters Spring Fling,” the fifth annual event was held to raise money for the Barbara Saville Women’s [...]
Original post on KFSN’s site.
“Tax season has only begun, but many low-income families in Kings County are already getting square with Uncle Sam this year.
And they are doing so using a free tax-help program.”
Read the rest of this article on the Hanford Sentinel website.
KCAO and the Hanford High Future Farmers of America (FFA) club teamed up to help address hunger in Kings County. This positive collaboration was featured in the January 1st edition of the Hanford Sentinel.
Read the article on the Hanford Sentinel website.