There's a new event emerging for the Valley.
The International Food & Arts Festival will be held at the Mt. San Jacinto College campus in the city of San Jacinto on September 7th from 11am-4pm. We will be inviting all students (and their families) in the San Jacinto and Hemet school districts k-12th grades along with college students and advertising with local radio stations so this will be a very big event! We invite any and all of you to Sponsor, have a vendor booth or perform at this event. Sponsor logos will be placed on all flyers and ads and be mentioned on radio advertisements along with banner placement and booth space at the event. I have attached more information for your review.
Please call us at 951-634-4048 if you have any questions.
If you are interested in being a sponsor or a selling or information vendor (food or arts), please print out the Sponsorship Application below and fax it to 951-929-9758 or 951-659-5870.
If you would like to be one of our entertainers (dancers, singers, musicians...), please call us at 951-634-4048.
Check out our pictures from this year's First People's Day 2013
Congratulation to our 9th Annual Black History Month Essay Contest Winners!!
Congratulations to our Middle School Essay Contest winners:
(from l) Hemet City Councilmember Linda Krupa, Sirr Gardener of San Jacinto Valley Academy - Second Place, Ernesto Garcia of San Jacinto Valley Academy - Honorable Mention, Jorgia Petersen of San Jacinto Valley Academy - Honorable Mention, Andrea Mares of Western Center Academy - First Place, City of San Jacinto Mayor Mark Bartel.
(Not shown - Gabriella Berry of Monte Vista Middle School - Honorable Mention)
Congratulations to our High School Essay Contest winners:
(from l) Hemet City Councilmember Linda Krupa, Liam Farrell of San Jacinto Valley Academy – First Place, Brittany Travis of Mountain Heights Academy – Second Place, Andre DelCarpio of San Jacinto High School – Honorable Mention, and Ayana Franks of San Jacinto High School – Honorable Mention, City of San Jacinto Mayor Mark Bartel.
(Not shown - De’Nesha Thomas of San Jacinto High School – Honorable Mention).
Congratulations to our Undergraduate College Essay Contest winners:
(from l) Hemet City Councilmember Linda Krupa, Somailia Shantell Miller Salmond of University of California Riverside – Second Place, Joseph Hernandez of Mt. San Jacinto College – First Place, City of San Jacinto Mayor Mark Bartel.
We are a citizens' group dedicated to the following:
- Promoting cooperation and positive human relations in the community
- Promoting legal, economic and political equality
- Promoting equal access to health, housing, education and employment
- Preventing and ending discrimination among people based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, disability or sexual orientation
- Providing resources and referrals to solve problems of hate and discrimination
To promote cooperation and positive human relations in the community.