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Manassero received an award for supporting Irvine Valley College students…

Posted on 29 November 2012 by robertflournoy

Today was a good day for all the labor Manassero had put in supporting our low income kids at Irvine Valley College. Manassero with his

Blue Jeans and matching hat came by the PAC Building to have lunch and receive his Award for his support of Fresh Produce to the Irvine

Valley College EOPS and Vet students.

EOPS (Extended Opportunity Program and Services) participation requires that students have both an economic and an educational disadvantage.  CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education) participants are EOPS students who are also single parent recipients of CalWORKs cash aid and have at least one child under age 14.  These students are amongst the most at-risk students on our campus.

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About Us

I am proud to be part of a third generation farming family in Orange County. My grandfather, James Manassero, came to Orange County via Italy and began farming here in 1922.

During high school and college I started working for my father Steve Manassero Sr. and my uncle Emille Boisseranc Jr. At that time they were farming under the name Boisseranc-Manassero.

In 1976 my brother, Steve, and I started farming under the name Manassero Farms. Although my brother went out on his own years ago, I am happy to be celebrating 35 years in business and farming under the name – The Original Manassero Farms.
During the years of working with my father and uncle I learned how to grow the most delectable, juicy, strawberries in Orange County. Our berries are picked every morning at the height of ripeness and hand delivered to our stands from one of our local fields.

I am proud to carry on the tradition of local, sustainable farming and providing our community with the very freshest produce.

I thank you for your business and support during these 35 years. It is my sincere hope that you will literally enjoy the fruits of my labor.

Dan Manassero ~ Founder
The Original Manassero Farms

 

Congratulation Dan to you and thank you for your giving Heart.

Video of Dan receiving his Award…

 

 

Anne Manassero…

Anne Manassero

I am lucky enough to be married to the best farmer in Orange County (not to mention great hubby, father and all around good guy)! I get to whip up the fruits and vegetables we offer to you any time.

I grew up in West Texas with no shortage of fantastic, wholesome, and yes highly caloric comfort food! My mother, grandmother and great grandmother were all wonderful cooks in their own right. So, I learned how to cook at an early age and haven’t stopped yet. In fact one of my grandmothers favorite things was to buy produce from a farm stand much like The Original Manassero Farms. I used to really enjoy going along with her. How ironic that I married a farmer!

While I enjoy cooking every dish from scratch I don’t always have time. I have tried to include recipes varying in degree of difficulty and amount of time they take to bring to your table. My favorite recipes tend to be the easiest ones that don’t require too many ingredients that hide the farm fresh quality produce.

As a Certified Pilates Teacher Trainer and Vinyasa Yoga instructor the calories are not lost on me either. I also offer you a variety of quick, fresh, nutrient rich, low calorie recipes. Not to worry though, true to my Texas roots there are plenty of high calorie comfort food found here too.

I hope you enjoy the recipes and would love to hear some of the ways you enjoy and prepare our produce too.

Warmly,
Anne Manassero

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Templo Calvario CDC and L&F x10 are joining forces to help stomp out hunger…

Posted on 24 November 2012 by robertflournoy

Templo Calvario CDC and Loaves And Fishes x10  are joining forces to help stomp out hunger  by developing a Food Drive. Mercy

Deleon met with Robert Flournoy to talk about how to proceed and who to get involved in this great opportunity to feed the community

and also any Church members that may be in need of non perishables items. If you would like to support TCCDC to help raise non

perishables and help hurting people in Orange County call their office and let them know you want to help support them.

www.tccdc.org

 

Thank you.

 

 

                                                                                                                        Templo Calvario

Community Development Corporation

Emergency Food Box

Rice 1lb

Pinto Beans 1 lb

Canned Beef

Canned Chicken

Canned Corn

Canned Green Beans

Peanut Butter

Jelly

Cereal

Powder Milk or 2% Shelf Life Milk

Pasta

Tomato/Spaghetti Sauce

 

Around 650,000 persons in Orange County alone go hungry each day.  35% are children, in Orange County, nearly half of public school kids rely on reduced or free school lunches for their major source of nutrition.  That’s 227,500 kids who may well be going to bed hungry on weekends and during summer vacation—a 24% increase in the last decade.

Please help in solving this problem.  Food donations are being accepted Tuesday thru Thursday form 9 am till 12 pm and from 1 pm till 3 pm.  At 2501 W. 5th Street  Santa Ana Ca.  92703  Or you can call Armando for more information at 714-252-3055

Templo Calvario

Corporación de Desarrollo de la Comunidad

Caja Emergencia Alimentaria

 

Arroz 1 lb

Frijoles Pintos 1 lb

Carne Enlatada

Pollo Enlatado

Maíz Enlatado

Judías Verdes

Mantequilla de Cacahuate

Jalea/Mermelada

Cereal

Leche en polvo o 2% leche

Pasta

Salsa de Tomate o Espaguetis Salsa

 

Alrededor de 650.000 personas en el condado de Orange solo, pasan hambre cada día.  35% son niños, en el condado de Orange, cerca de la mitad de los niños de escuelas públicas dependen de almuerzos escolares reducidos o gratis para su principal fuente de nutrición.  227.500 chicos que bien pueden ir a la cama con hambre los fines de semana y durante las vacaciones, un aumento del 24% en la última década.

Por favor, ayudar a resolver este problema.  Se aceptan donaciones de alimentos los Martes al Jueves desde las 9 am hasta 12 pm y desde las 1 pm hasta las 3pm.  En 2501 W. 5th Street Santa Ana Ca.  92703 O puede llamar a Armando para obtener más información en 714-252-3055

 

Edward B Cole Academy…

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Organic Produce…

Posted on 23 November 2012 by robertflournoy

Conventional vs. organic farming

The word “organic” refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. Organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution. Farmers who grow organic produce and meat don’t use conventional methods to fertilize, control weeds or prevent livestock disease. For example, rather than using chemical weedkillers, organic farmers may conduct more sophisticated crop rotations and spread mulch or manure to keep weeds at bay.

Organic food contains no hormones or antibiotics and is produced without pesticides and fertilizers.  Additionally, the farming pratices insure healthy soil.  Meanwhile, some  people buy organic for reasons that have little to do with health. Broad-scale use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers is environmentally ruinous, polluting waterways and producing a massive “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico. Organic farming removes more carbon from the air, protects wildlife and promotes soil fertility, making it more sustainable. And organic meat and dairy don’t contain the antibiotics and hormones of conventional products, which means they don’t promote the development of drug-resistant bacteria or such    possible hormone-related side effects as early puberty in girls.

What’s most glaring about the Stanford review is what’s missing from it, which is any examination of processed foods. You can’t get a realistic picture of health effects by looking at fruits, veggies and meats but none of the processed items that make up the bulk of the American diet. Is a kid’s peanut butter and jelly sandwich more healthful if it’s made from organic ingredients? A lack of comprehensive research on the totality of what we eat means we simply don’t know.

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Here are some key differences between conventional farming and organic farming:

Conventional Organic
Apply chemical fertilizers to promote plant growth. Apply natural fertilizers, such as manure or compost, to feed soil and plants.
Spray synthetic insecticides to reduce pests and disease. Spray pesticides from natural sources; use beneficial insects and birds, mating disruption or traps to reduce pests and disease.
Use synthetic herbicides to manage weeds. Use environmentally-generated plant-killing compounds; rotate crops, till, hand weed or mulch to manage weeds.
Give animals antibiotics, growth hormones and medications to prevent disease and spur growth. Give animals organic feed and allow them access to the outdoors. Use preventive measures — such as rotational grazing, a balanced diet and clean housing — to help minimize disease.
Manasseros Organic cucumbers...
Manassero Organic Strawberries…
 
Manassero Organic Strawberry Field for 2013…
Orange County Produce Organic Cabbage…
Organic green beans…

Organic or not? Check the label

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has established an organic certification program that requires all organic foods to meet strict government standards. These standards regulate how such foods are grown, handled and processed.

Any product labeled as organic must be USDA certified. Only producers who sell less than $5,000 a year in organic foods are exempt from this certification; however, they’re still required to follow the USDA’s standards for organic foods.

If a food bears a USDA Organic label, it means it’s produced and processed according to the USDA standards. The seal is voluntary, but many organic producers use it.

 

Illustration of the USDA organic seal

Products certified 95 percent or more organic display this USDA seal.

Products that are completely organic — such as fruits, vegetables, eggs or other single-ingredient foods — are labeled 100 percent organic and can carry the USDA seal.

Foods that have more than one ingredient, such as breakfast cereal, can use the USDA organic seal plus the following wording, depending on the number of organic ingredients:

 

Contact Information…

Robert Flournoy

President/CEO

Loaves And Fishes x10

714-718-2930

Contact email- loavesandfishesx10@yahoo.com

Volunteering- gleaningfarmland@gmail.com

 

We are a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization and all donation are Tax Deductible

 

 

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L&F x10 Donates Fresh Produce to the Roanld Mcdonald House in Orange County/Advisory Committee for Irvine Valley College Students…

Posted on 21 November 2012 by robertflournoy

In the News

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Donation

(11/19/2012

Thanks to Robert Flournoy, President of Loaves and Fishes x10 for generously donating fresh fruit and vegetables to the Orange County Ronald McDonald House this weekend! He brought freshly picked green beans, zucchini, fresh cucumbers, and apples. The families love having fresh produce in the Ronald McDonald House kitchen, and this donation was very much appreciated! Loaves and Fishes x10 has generously offered to supply the Orange County Ronald McDonald House with fresh produce on a regular basis!

 

Thank you Letter from Noel Burcelis Director of Operations…

 

Hello Robert,

 

On behalf of the families at Orange County Ronald McDonald House I wish to thank you and Dan Manassero for your generous donation of fresh green beans, zucchini, cucumbers and apples.  We appreciate the opportunity to offer our families a healthy alternative to their meals and snack options.  Fresh fruit and produce are rare donations to the House.

 

Thanks again.

Noel Burcelis, MSW

Director of Operations

Orange County Ronald McDonald House

 

http://www.ronaldhouseoc.org

For the Full Story you can copy and paste the LINK below…

http://www.ronaldhouseoc.org/news.php?a=detail&id=161

 

In other news the President was invited to be a member of the Advisory Committee for  the EOPS/CARE program at Irvine Valley College…

 

Dear Robert,

 

The EOPS/CARE Program at Irvine Valley College invites you to participate as a member of its Advisory Committee for the 2012-2013 Academic Year.  We will convene our first of two meetings this year, at IVC, on November 29, 2012, Noon to 1:30, in the President’s Conference Room (A-123).  Lunch will be provided.

 

You have been selected as a member because you and your department/organization play a critical role in facilitating the education of our student population.  Eligibility for EOPS (Extended Opportunity Program and Services) participation requires that students have both an economic and an educational disadvantage.  CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education) participants are EOPS students who are also single parent recipients of CalWORKs cash aid and have at least one child under age 14.  These students are amongst the most at-risk students on our campus.  Collaboration between our campus departments and our community partners is critical to their successful goal attainment.

 

Please confirm your attendance by calling EOPS Assistant Director, Fawn Tanriverdi, at (949) 451-5749 or emailing her atftanriverdi@ivc.edu.  We look forward to strengthening our partnerships and discussing issues of mutual concern.  Feel free to contribute agenda items that you would like to address.

 

Sincerely,

Elizabeth L. Cipres, EdD

Dean, Counseling Services

 

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Some of Loaves and Fishes x10 2012 Achievements…

Posted on 18 November 2012 by robertflournoy

Irvine Valley College..                                            (Copy and paste links to your Browser)

From the President of Irvine Valley College Open Door Letter/Food distribution on Irvine Valley College Campus…

 

In dew season you will be lifted up…

 

From the President of Irvine Valley College Open Door Letter…

 

Our Second Distribution to Students at Irvine Valley College in California…

 

Culinary Class at Valley High School…

Going forward supporting Valley High School Inc. Academies…

 

Exciting times for Valley High School Culinary Class…

 

President of L&F x10 received a Certificate for his support of Valley High School Inc.

 

Loaves And Fishes x10 has been a supporter of Valley High School Culinary Class.

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Some volunteers came out despite the rain…

Posted on 18 November 2012 by robertflournoy

Circle K Club from the University of  California Irvine (UCI) came this morning to help support our Community.

http://www.circlek.org/home.aspx

Rain had fallen the  night before our gleaning project but it stopped in the morning so that we can do what we do best (Glean).

Volunteers began to show up before 9:am and ready as always to get the job done before it started to rain again.

 

Volunteers from our faithful friends at “New Beginnings Church” made the long drive despite the chance it might rain…

Even 13 month year old Peyton came out to help… 🙂

 

AG Kawamura owner of “Orange County Produce” had his people pick cucumbers on the other side of the lot volunteers were gleaning

on for us to Donate to a Food Bank…

 

Gaylord of Cucumbers…

We always let our volunteers take some home of whatever they gleaned that day...

 

It turned out well today even though some volunteers didn’t show up we still manage to glean almost 200 lbs of Fresh Organic Beans thanks to our volunteers

…Great Job Done

 

Video from today’s gleaning…

 

Word from the President of L&F x10…Raw And Uncut

 

After meeting the Director of Operations last week we finally delivered Fresh picked Green Beans,Fresh Zucchini,Fresh Cucumbers and Apples to the Orange County Ronald McDonald House,this will in ongoing support to the House.

In the News

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Donation

(11/19/2012

Thanks to Robert Flournoy, President of Loaves and Fishes x10 for generously donating fresh fruit and vegetables to the Orange County Ronald McDonald House this weekend! He brought freshly picked green beans, zucchini, fresh cucumbers, and apples. The families love having fresh produce in the Ronald McDonald House kitchen, and this donation was very much appreciated! Loaves and Fishes x10 has generously offered to supply the Orange County Ronald McDonald House with fresh produce on a regular basis!

 

Thank you Letter from Noel Burcelis Director of Operations…

 

Hello Robert,

 

On behalf of the families at Orange County Ronald McDonald House I wish to thank you and Dan Manassero for your generous donation of fresh green beans, zucchini, cucumbers and apples.  We appreciate the opportunity to offer our families a healthy alternative to their meals and snack options.  Fresh fruit and produce are rare donations to the House.

 

Thanks again.

Noel Burcelis, MSW

Director of Operations

Orange County Ronald McDonald House

 

 As always if you are in the Irvine area during one of our gleaning projects feel free to come down and help us serve the Community.

For information on our upcoming events you can contact us at gleaningfarmland@gmail.com or call us at 714-718-2930.

 

Contact Information:

Robert Flournoy

President/CEO

Loaves and Fishes x10

robert@loavesandfishesx10.com

 loavesandfishesx10@yahoo.com

 

We are a Non Profit Tax Deductible 501(c)3 Organization.

 

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Buying Produce from The Original Manassero Farms/Manassero Donates 250,000 lbs of Fresh Produce in 2012..

Posted on 17 November 2012 by robertflournoy

Some of our Orange County Farmers are making produce available so that we can continue to help fight Hunger in Orange County with Fresh Produce from their fields and we would like to take full advantage of this great opportunity by allowing you to take part in this by donating to our organization to help purchase  produce for our low income and poor in our community

 

At times great opportunities arise during our quest to help serve our community and Dan Manassero of “The Original Manassero Farms”has opened one up for our

Organization to buy produce at a low price. On this page you will see the produce and prices in two stages. The price of number one’s and the price of number two’s.

 

 

1. Number one’s are considered what all of us will find in your Grocery   

    Markets which are usually pretty and formed to fit what we like.

 

2. Number two’s are not so pretty and they may not look so formed as we would

    like to see them but they are just as edible as the number one’s which is why we

    are able to buy them at such a low price from our Orange County Farmers

 

 

         

          

      

               

                                                                (Buying Produce from “The Original Manassero Farms”)

 

Strawberries–   (No.1’s)-$8 to $14 per 12lbs Flat

( No.2’s)-$3 to $5 per 12lbs Flat

 

Corn-   (No.1’s)-$14 Dollars for 40 Ears

(No.2’s)-$6 Dollars for 40 Ears

 

Cucumbers Organic-   (No.2’s)-$8 for 25lbs

 

Squash-   (No.1’s)-$10 for 25lbs

(No.2’s)-$5 for 25lbs

 

Cantaloupe-   ( 9 to 12 Count $14 Dollars)

 

Watermelons-  (6 Count $14 Dollars)

 

Green Beans-   (No.1’’)-$24 Dollars for 30 lbs)

( No.2’s)-$10 Dollars for 30 lbs)

 

Video with Manassero talking about L&F x10 buying Produce…

 

Next years Organic Strawberries…

More down the street…

Squash Field…

 

Contact Information:

Robert Flournoy

President/CEO

Loaves and Fishes x10

loavesandfishesx10@yahoo.com

714-718-2930

 

Dan Manassero Award for his contribution to the Irvine Valley College Students…

 

 

 

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From the President of Irvine Valley College Open Door Letter/Food distribution on Irvine Valley College Campus…

Posted on 17 November 2012 by robertflournoy

In This Issue
Feature Story: IVC Reaches Out During The Holidays
Front Row Center @ The PAC: A Choral Feast From The Renaissance
Making A Difference: Charter 100 Members To Be Honored
Campus Profiles: Meet The People Who Are IVC: Irvine Valley Athletes Dig Pink
Campus Spotlight: IVC Women’s Golf Team Runs Away With Conference Title

 

 

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Message From The President
Dear Friends and Colleagues:President Roquemore sitting at his desk.

 

As we head into the holiday season, I thought this would be a great opportunity to highlight the many ways that Irvine Valley College gives back to the world. Our faculty, students and staff not only teach and mentor our students, but also give of their time, energy, money and passion to causes both inside and outside of  “official” college giving channels.

 

We’ve listed a number of opportunities below that are happening on campus over the next few weeks, and I encourage you to contact their organizers if you are interested in supporting them. These include: Toys for Tots, the ASIVC Annual Angel Toy Tree, the Irvine Animal Shelter Holiday Project, Operation Christmas Child, and an ongoing monthly food distribution to our needy student vets and EOPS families, which is organized and coordinated by two of our longtime staff members, Robert Flournoy and Vincent Cooper.

Vincent Cooper & Robert Flournoy.

Last, but certainly not least, Vincent Cooper and Robert Flournoy (pictured here) are coordinating a Holiday Food Drive to help 50 families of IVC Veterans and EOPS students.This event will take place on Friday, Dec. 7. Volunteers are needed to help bag and distribute the food on Dec. 7 in two shifts, from 11 am to noon (bagging) or noon to1pm (food distribution).

 

Please give what you can. Every single donation helps, and together Robert and Vincent hope that the combined donations will make a real difference to those in need. They would like to collect a total combination of 50 turkeys and hams and 50 bags of side dishes consisting of nutritious canned and dry goods. Side dishes can include: cans of yams, green beans, corn and cranberry sauce, boxes of corn bread, mashed potatoes and stuffing, and bottles or jugs of cider. Call Robert for more information at 714.718.2930 or email him atgleaningfarmland@gmail.com. His website iswww.loavesandfishesx10.com. Vincent can be reached atvcooper@ivc.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sorry for the glitch…we are still Gleaning tomorrow 11-17-12 from 9am-11am. We hope to see you there!

Posted on 16 November 2012 by admin

DIRECTIONS…

If you come south on the 5 Freeway Exit Sand Canyon and go left to Marine Way( Turn Right)

and follow the street until you get to a Guard Shack and then ( Turn Left)

follow street all the way pass the Balloon which you will see on your right until you get to a stop sign

After you stopped continue to go straight across and make a (Right) and head toward the field

There you will park next to the field so that every one can caravan to the green bean field.

 

If you come from the 5 North Freeway Exit Sand Canyon and go (Right) to Marine way (Left)

and follow the street until you get to a Guard Shack and then ( Turn Left)

follow street all the way pass the Balloon which you will see on your right until you get to a stop sign

After you stopped continue to go straight across and make a (Right) and head toward the field

There you will park next to the field so that every one can caravan to the green bean field.

 

There will be signs out to help you find your way…

 

WHAT TO — USE…Wear long shirts,closed toe shoes,Garden Gloves,Hat if  it is hot,bring 

                                       water and wear pants.

                                

TOOLS… Beans can be picked by your hand.

WAIVER… Please bring your waiver signed and ready…If you don’t have one you can

download it from the HOME PAGE under SUPPORTED MINISTRIES.

 

Crates or boxes… As usual all Organizations need to bring there own crates or boxes

                                         or bags volunteers need only to come. 

 

The president will be waiting for all the volunteers and Organizations

to show up so he or A.G Kawamura the Farmer will lead the way to the site.

 

We ask that every one be there at 8:45 so we can check all waivers

and have a short orientation and then caravan to the site.

 

Pics from the Great Park…

Saddleback Church Food Pantry…

Volunteer Gleaning Squash…

Volunteers gleaning green beans…

 

 

Harvesting cabbage…

10 Gaylords of organic cabbage harvested…

 

 

Link to Pics…

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.233136670073989.56340.100001329725981&type=3

 

Last gleaning video…

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In dew season you will be lifted up…

Posted on 09 November 2012 by robertflournoy

 

What can we say but thank you to Dennis Gordon Classified Senate President at Irvine Valley College for spreading what L&F x10 is doing to help stomp out Hunger on the Campus…

 

Dear Classified Staff,

 

I am excited to present to you the California Community Colleges Classified Senates (4CS) newsletter.  4CS is state organization for all community college senates

 

This newsletter is distributed to all community colleges members throughout the state, to all educational and legislative leaders, and to the Governor.

 

Please note on page 8 “News From Across the State”.  This page usually includes news items from the various community colleges.

 

This edition, however, dedicated the entire page to the fantastic outreach work being performed by our IVC senate members and being coordinated by

Carol Danna, Robert Flournoy and Vince Cooper.

 

The article contains information about our volunteerism for Operation Christmas Child and our food collection and distribution for our Veterans and EOPS families.

 

My esteemed thanks to Carol, Robert and Vince and all of our Classified Senate members who have helped in these worthwhile endeavors.

 

I am truly honored to represent a group of employees who continually dedicate themselves to helping others!

 

Respectfully,

 

Dennis

 

Dennis Gordon

Irvine Valley College

Classified Senate President

 

California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS)

Southeast 2 Region Representative

 

(949) 451- 5272

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We are very excited to see that the fruits of our Labor have not gone unseen. We will continue to do our part to help stomp out Hunger on Irvine Valley College Campus and in the Community…

 

Videos…

 

On another note Convoy Of  Hope will be coming to California to talk about having an event in the City of Santa Ana next year…We will keep you updated as it progress.

 

Please Join Us!

 

The national staff of Convoy of Hope will be with us next week for a short vision casting lunch.  They are inviting pastors, church leaders, business people and community leaders that may be interested in participating in a Convoy of Hope event in 2013 here in the city of Santa Ana.

 

When                    November 13 at 12 Noon

Where                  Templo Calvario, 2501 W. 5th St., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (chapel), 714-543-3711

Who/What         Convoy of Hope (website link)

Lunch                    Sponsored by Christ’s Ministry

RSVP                     Ana Jara at (714) 543-3711, extension 235 or write her at ana@tccdc.org

 

Pastors and church leaders, if you are not able to attend please feel free to send a church representative in your place.  Go to Convoy of Hope for more information on the events that this great organization host across America…Web Site…/

 

 

Lee de Leon

Templo Calvario CDC

2501 W. 5th St., Santa Ana, CA 92703

714-543-3711 ext 255

 

 

The president met with Noel Burcelis the Director of Operations to discuss Donating Fresh produce to the Ronald McDonald House he

runs in Orange California. L&F x10 will start to deliver Farm Fresh Produce to the house the week of the 12th of November for kids 

with Cancer and there Families. We here at the Ministry really believe the Farm Fresh produce will be a great addition to the house.

http://www.ronaldhouseoc.org/

 

Stay tune as we will be adding a Donation button to our page to help support the low income families here in Orange County California. 

 We have already spoken to Dan Manassero about buying his produce at a low price and we will be adding it to the Donation page for you to see.

 

 

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