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Receiving My California Senate Resolution September 21st 2013…

Posted on 23 August 2015 by robertflournoy

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Loves and Fishes x10 president, Robert Flournoy was honored by California State Senator Lou Correa with A California Senate Resolution! Con-gratulations! This award was given to Robert for his commitment to serving his community through his individual efforts as well as of those of his nonprofit Loaves and Fishes x10.
Robert has an enormous amount of energy in ad-dition to a huge heart to serve. No matter what day, rain or shine Robert is out and about on his mission to touch as many lives as he can. It is not a surprise that he had been recognized for all of the contributions he has made within the past 14 years! And it doesn’t stop!
Robert is always looking for another way to reach his community. He has definitely been called to this brook! I truly believe that Robert does not just enjoy what he does (which makes it seem easy), he LOVES what he does. He has found remarkable passion and it grows each and every day. Once the fire was lit, it will burn on forever:) To the betterment of the city in which we live of course!

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Good Deeds And Hard Work Are Always Rewarded..

Posted on 12 October 2014 by robertflournoy

Who knew these two good friends would see each other again this way. AG Kawamura owner

of Orange County Produce and donor of fresh produce to Loaves and Fishes x10 was presented

with two California Senate Resolutions from his good friend California State Senator Lou

Correa. From the picture below you can see theses two have much respect for each other.

 

“A.G.” Kawamura is the former California Secretary of Agriculture where he served from 2003 to 2010. He is a third generation fruit and vegetable grower and shipper from Orange County. He is the co-chair of Solutions From the Land, a UN Foundation funded project that is developing a sustainable roadmap for 21st century agricultural systems. He is a national steering committee member of  25 x ‘25, a renewable energy coalition of farm, forest, conservation and environmental leaders focused on the multiple benefits and contributions that can be delivered from the agricultural and rural  sectors of America. He participates as a member of the Native Pollinators Advisory Committee.

As a progressive urban farmer, Mr. Kawamura has a lifetime of experience working within the shrinking rural and urban boundaries of Southern California. He has stayed actively involved in policy areas of education, hunger and nutrition, and recently was elected to serve as a member of the Board of Governors to the California State University Foundation, and as a board member of the Delta Vision Foundation.  Through his company, Orange County Produce, LLC, he is currently engaged in building an exciting, interactive urban agricultural exhibit at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine, California.

 

 

We to at Loaves and Fishes x10 gave AG Kawamura a Certificate Of Appreciation for supporting the organization with

farm fresh produce. We are very excited for AG and Orange County Produce for his many years  of service to

the community. We also would like to thank Senator Lou Correa office for recognizing AG and Orange

County Produce.

 

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