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Media Clips 5.10.2017

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Fresno leaders make new offer to keep state FFA convention
(Capital Press Agriculture Weekly © 05/10/2017)
The annual convention is a big event for Fresno State, which provides roughly 200 students and faculty members to help put it on. On the Sunday of each convention, members are bused over to the university for educational workshops and judging contests. "In addition to the 200, there are literally many hundreds of people who are helping to make sure this whole program goes smoothly," Castro said. "That would have to be re-created elsewhere. Our folks would not be in the position of going to Anaheim."
http://www.capitalpress.com/California/ ... convention

Thumbs up, thumbs down
(Fresno Bee © 05/06/2017)
Thumbs up to Fresno State president Joseph I. Castro for getting the 2017 Latino Spirit Award in education Monday in Sacramento.
http://www.fresnobee.com/opinion/editor ... 45114.html

Despite low donations, Fresno Community Food Bank is making sure local kids dont go hungry
(KFSN ABC 30 Fresno © 05/10/2017)
One backpack at a time Community Food Bank is making sure children in the Valley do not go hungry. Seven-hundred students are enrolled in the school backpack program across nine Central Valley campuses. Each child, hand selected by school administrators to receive a backpack full of food over the weekend. Community foodbank works with 220 partnered agencies- collectively serving more than 280 thousand people per month. "So think of us as the food banks food bank. Poverello House, Catholic Charities Fresno State Student Cupboard-- all get their food from us," said Dildine.
http://abc30.com/society/despite-low-do ... y/1973980/

Aspiring entrepreneurs at Fresno State learn what it takes to launch a start-up company

(KFSN ABC 30 Fresno © 05/10/2017)
Tuesday, Fresno State entrepreneur students presented their business idea to a panel of judges as part of the 157 Entrepreneurship Expo. Professor Nelson Sebra created the event in 2014 to provide students with the opportunity to market their businesses at a trade show. "It is one thing to want to be in business and it is another thing to actually understand what that involves. And so any business you have you are going to need to promote it. And so this is an opportunity for them to have their first experience."
http://abc30.com/education/aspiring-ent ... y/1973594/

Cherries now in season at Fresno State
(KFSN ABC 30 Fresno © 05/10/2017)
Bright red cherries were carefully harvested in the Fresno State orchard. Rob Willmott manages all of the orchards on campus. The thousand acre farm is out in the open so customers always want to know when crops come into season. "They've been calling for cherries for the last week. People, when they drive by the field they see the trees, When are they going to be ready? When are they going to be ready?"
http://abc30.com/society/cherries-now-i ... e/1973590/

Trucking industry leader pledges $1M to Fresno State dairy
(The Business Journal © 05/10/2017)
Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro tweeted this photo this past weekend featuring, from the right, Castro, Manuel Mancebo, Jr., Jordan College Dean Sandra Witte and another person. A trucking industry leader from Tulare has pledged $1 million to benefit the Fresno State dairy science program. Manuel Mancebo, Jr., 87, helped build Kings County Truck Lines into a thriving family business before selling the company in 2006.
http://www.thebusinessjournal.com/news/ ... tate-dairy

Fresno State dairy to be renamed in honor of Valley family
(Western Farm Press © 05/10/2017)
The Fresno State dairy will be renamed the Manuel JR and Katye Mancebo Dairy, in honor of long-time Tulare dairy family and former owner of Kings County Truck Lines. Mancebo recently pledged to bequeath $1 million to the universitys dairy science program.
http://www.westernfarmpress.com/dairy/f ... ley-family

Valley survey finds bullet train support

(Hanford Sentinel © 05/09/2017)
Among independents or those with no party preference included in the survey, 59 percent wanted the rail project to be finished. California State University, Fresno conducted the survey in March. It included a random sample of adults from Kings County as well as seven other Valley counties.
http://hanfordsentinel.com/news/local/v ... aa474.html

NEWSOM releases tax records -- ANTONIO SABATO JR. running for Congress -- High-speed rail fares well in poll
(Politico.com © 05/09/2017)
While Central Valley Republicans keep hammering Brown on the state’s $64 billion high-speed rail program, a new survey of Valley residents suggests a significant majority — 58 percent — supports the project. The poll, conducted by the Institute for Leadership and Public Policy at Fresno State, will give rail backers a rare positive headline.
http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/calif ... oll-220197

Snoop Dogg To Join Linkin Park In San Jose
(SFO NR KCBS Radio San Francisco © 05/09/2017)
Linkin Park will be joined by hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg on select dates of their One More Light World Tour. The rapper will appear as a special guest on six West Coast dates in October including Seattle, Vancouver, Fresno, San Jose and Los Angeles. 10/17, Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center at Fresno State.
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/0 ... -san-jose/

Tulare man bequests $1 million to Fresno State dairy
(Visalia Times-Delta © 05/09/2017)
Thanks to the generosity of one Tulare man, the Fresno State dairy science program has an even brighter future. Manuel Mancebo Jr., 87, has pledged a $1 million bequest in support of the program. “On behalf of my late wife and myself, we are especially happy to support Fresno State as it educates future leaders for the dairy industry – an industry that played such an important role in our lives,” Mancebo said.
http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/story/ ... 101486334/