Mexican Consul Sergio Aguilera along with local public officials, police and firefighters celebrated a successful two-week visit to Indianapolis by 40 police officers and firefighters from Hildago, Mexico
Friend of Farm Bureau Award Presented to Chocola
SOUTH BEND Recognized for his dedication to Hoosier farming and the field of agriculture, Congressman Chris Chocola (R-IN) was presented with the Friend of Farm Bureau award by John Newsom, a Field Representative for the Indiana Farm Bureau.
As someone whose family roots and business experience are grounded in the farming industry I am honored to receive this award, Congressman Chocola said. Strengthening the Hoosier farming community is a goal I share with the Indiana Farm Bureau and I look forward to working with them in the 109th Congress to advance their legislative priorities.
The Friend of Farm Bureau award acknowledges individuals who have consistently supported the farming community. Members of Congress are evaluated by their voting record in areas such as tax reform, fair trade practices, regulatory measures, and energy and conservation legislation. The individual bills are selected by the American Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors.
We thoroughly appreciate Congressman Chocolas support for farmers in Indiana and throughout the country, Newsom said. We are proud to acknowledge him for his consistent voting record throughout the 108th Congress and I am hopeful that he will continue to be a strong voice on the issues that matter most to Indianas farming community.
Sinclair to Host REACH Conference
Dayton, Ohio Sinclair Community College will hold its 12th annual REACH Across Dayton Studies Conference on Friday, February 25. In the Spirit of Friendship (En el esp?ritu de amistad) is the theme.
Governor Daniels and Mayor Peterson honor joint local and Mexican public safety training experience
INDIANAPOLIS Governor Mitch Daniels, Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson, and Mexican Consul Sergio Aguilera along with local public officials, police and firefighters celebrated a successful two-week visit to Indianapolis by 40 police officers and firefighters from Hildago, Mexico
Be a Community Champion!
INDIANAPOLIS (February 7, 2005) - The Indiana Latino Institute, Inc. (ILI) will join forces with La Plaza and Ivy Tech State College to present informational programs about higher education access to members of the Indianapolis Latino community. The project is being funded by a $100,000 grant from Lumina Foundation for Education.