Five young artists, each inspired to be great recycling champions, stood on hallowed ground while their images and artwork were displayed on the Angel Stadium big screen and the PA announcer introduced them to the crowd. Their moment came at the OC Waste & Recycling Poster Contest Awards Ceremony, held Friday, Sept. 15 ahead of the Angels game. The celebration was the culminating event for the contest winners. In addition to the recognition, they each served as honorary bat kids at an Angels baseball game during the previous week.
The Waste Not OC Coalition (WNOC) was formally recognized in the Congressional Record this week for its notable contributions and meaningful progress to end hunger in Orange County, California, where more than 300,000 residents (including one in five children) experience food insecurity each month. Read the full Congressional Record here.
The County of Orange Board of Supervisors approved a resolution to expand law enforcement services in the flood control channels with the adoption of a resolution at the Board of Supervisors meeting on September 12, 2017.
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