List of Events
Pancake Breakfast and Christmas in July recap at the Elbow Room.
Daniel O. Jamison obtained his JD Degree from the University of California at Davis School of Law in 1977 and was admitted to the California State Bar that year. Between 1977-78, he served as a Law Clerk for Judge M.D. Crocker of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.
I would like this opportunity and thank Stefanie Krause and Arpi Alanjian-Rosenbery for taking up the COGs meeting and the COGs project meeting while Jim and I were on our amazing overseas trip. Thank you all for participating at that combined meeting. I have heard good results and look forward to further discussing the details of the COGs project at our next meeting.
When it comes to our natural resources, there seems to be an overwhelming number of problems and not enough simple solutions. It can be incredibly difficult as a consumer to make choices that benefit the world around us without breaking our wallets or our willpower.
Kat McHenry shares her journey through the world of plastic waste into leading a plastic minimal and more efficient lifestyle.
Dr. Fiala of Fresno State
Our speaker today is Andrew Fiala, Ph.D. He is Prof. of Philosophy and Director of the Ethics Center at Fresno State University. His research focuses on ethics, religion and political philosophy.
Character and Civic Education
Recent titles he has authored include: The Peace of Nature and the Nature of Peace (2015), Secular Cosmopolitanism, Hospitality and Religious Pluralism (2016) and Transformative Pacifism (2018).
Inmate Services Director; Transition from Jail to Community Unit
September Board Meeting
Skin Mead works in the Hope for Youth now movement in Fresno.
Skin worked on a documentary about the organization with the Reverend Roger Minnassian, who is the minister one of the downtown dioceses of the Armenian church. Together they created a program to rescue young men from Gangs in the Fresno area and rehab their lives and many of them have gone on to work in the program , in addition to resettling into a normal life with a job, wives and family.
Justin Foraker was born and raised here in the Central Valley. Upon graduating from high school he joined the United States Army where he worked for five years including a 15 month deployment to Iraq (2003-2004). Later Justin Foraker joined the California Highway Patrol (CHP) in January of 2012 and upon completion of the academy spent my first 3.5 years in South Central Los Angeles.