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On March 31 much VIP networking happened before Rudy Chavez Medina introduced the Girl Scouts Troop 61283 who posted the colors and led the Pledge of Allegiance at Center for Employment Training. Fr. Jon Pedigo made the invocation and then Raul y Mexia played while the 300 attendees enjoyed their breakfast prepared by CET’s Culinary Program interns.
MC Medina asked all ‘elected officials and candidates’ to stand; followed by supporters of UFW and then he asked the Chavez family members to stand. Medina described how the Chavez family was involved in the production of the movie ‘Cesar Chavez’ which is now at many local theatres. Medina asked all to attend and experience this accurate presentation of how Cesar E. Chavez organized the United Farm Workers of America (UFW-AFL/CIO). Several resolutions and commendations followed: First by Supervisor Dave Cortese on behalf of the Board of Supervisors, County of Santa Clara; then Assembly member Nora Campos on behalf of the CA State Assembly; and by SJ City Councilmember Xavier Campos, representing Mayor Chuck Reed and the S.J. City Council. Campos encouraged all present to see the Cesar Chavez movie.
THE SI SE PUEDE AWARD was presented to Fr. Jon Pedigo and Deacon Sal Alvarez whose advocacy efforts resulted in the McDonnell Hall, located at the Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church campus, San Jose, being designated as a State & National Historical Landmark. It is over 100 years old and was the meeting hall where Cesar E. Chavez began his community work in San Jose. It is also the orginal building of the Guadalupe Catholic Church Mission and reflects the architecture of that time. San Jose is where Cesar E. Chavez learned to organize the community to advocate for improved wages, job site conditions, and civil rights. “Nuestra Lucha” continues to this day.
Frank Carbajal, as keynote speaker, related his family’s experiences as farmworkers who came to San Jose, worked in the canneries, and settled down after purchasing a home in the ‘Sal Si Puedes’ community now known as the Mayfair Community where ‘Somos Mayfair is located.’ Carbajal’s presentation was corrected by his parents several times until he told them “I am telling my version of our family’s journey here.” Frank is the first in his family to go to college and earn both a bachelor’s and Master’s degree.
Next, the Chavez Family Vision Foundation presented scholarships to Stephanie Rojas, Sandra Arrellano, and Arelyz Herrera. Closing remarks were made by MC Medina who led the audience in singing “De Colores”. This Cesar E. Chavez Commemorative event seemed to reinvigorate all who attended.