Assembly-member Adam Gray And His Team

Discussing Health Issues

Adam Gray and his team had the pleasure of meeting with Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN), California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN), Mi Familia Vota, and the Having Our Say Coalition. They had a discussion on the health issues affecting communities of color and need for healthcare in the Central Valley.

Throwing The First Pitch

The Modesto Nuts Professional Baseball Club invited Adam Gray to throw the first pitch at this evening’s game.

Speaking With California Citrus Mutual

Adam Gray was invited to speak with California Citrus Mutual about issues affecting agriculture, the rural economy, and efforts to create more transparency and accountability at the State Water Resources Control Board.

Lunch Meeting With De Jager Dairy

Adam Gray had a lunch meeting at the De Jager Dairy, where he discussed improving roads and infrastructure in our community with Supervisor Lloyd Pareira and Scott Silveira Merced County Supervisor District 5.

Honored Fallen CHP Officers

Senator Anna Caballero and Assembly-Member Adam Gray participated in a tribute to the fallen CHP Officers involved in the Newhall Incident, two of whom have family roots in Merced County. Caballero and Gray spent time with their families and Commissioner Warren Stanley. The ceremony was a dedication of signage that will soon be visible on Highway 99.

Speaking At Western Growers Board Meeting

The Western Growers invited Adam Gray to speak at their Board Meeting. The discussion focusing on the rising costs of water and of energy in the Central Valley, and working together to combat rate increases.

9th Annual Youth Leadership Conference

Assembly-member Adam Gray and his team attended The 9th Annual Youth Leadership Conference. It was organized by the LULAC Los Banos Chapter, hosted at Pacheco High. Gray said, “It is important we continue to empower our youth so that they can reach their educational goals and return home to serve the communities in which they were raised. “

The program is also supported by Los Banos Unified School District, Merced County Office of Education, IBEW Local 684, and the Northern California Carpenters Regional Council.