U.S. Chamber award for Congressman
Representative Josh Harder won the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Advocate for American Business Award. The award recognizes Rep. Harder’s strong track record of working across the aisle to support Central Valley businesses and create good paying jobs. This is Rep. Harder’s third consecutive award from the US Chamber of Commerce. He was awarded the Abraham Lincoln Leadership for America Award in both 2020 and 2021.
“I’m laser focused on bringing more good paying jobs to this community, and I’m honored to be recognized for that work,” said Rep. Harder. “Every worker in the Valley should have a good job close to home, and every student in our community should grow up knowing there’s work for them right here in the Valley. We’ll keep working until we make that a reality.”
“The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is proud to present Congressman Josh Harder with the Advocate for American Business award in recognition of his legislative efforts in support of the business community,” said U.S. Chamber Western Region Vice President Jennings Imel. “Congressman Harder led the fight to defeat the stepped-up basis tax on family farms. As a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus, he also played a key role in securing bipartisan support for historic infrastructure investments.”
DHM employees bestowed with service awards
Doctors Hospital of Manteca celebrated milestone service awards for some of their employees in October.
“I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you and congratulations to this year’s service award recipients. This is such a special opportunity for us to recognize our employees for their invaluable contributions to Doctors Hospital of Manteca and their many years of service,” said Eleze Armstrong, CEO of Doctors Hospital of Manteca. “We have team members who are celebrating 20, 25 and 30 years of service. What a wonderful testament to the dedication of our employees and their longstanding commitment to making sure we provide quality, compassionate care in the communities we serve.”
Magy Cortes (Lab Supervisor) and Terri Locke-Barton (Registration Associate) were both recognized for 30 years of service. Magy was hired on April 6, 1992, and Terri was hired on July 6, 1992.
New Executive Director for Golden Valley Health
Francine Foley is the new Executive Director of Golden Valley Health Centers Foundation. She will lead fundraising, donor and resource development, donor relations, and overall foundation operations.
Foley brings over 20 years of experience in non-profit organizations, in addition to 20 years of experience in the medical field. She is a member of Modesto Metro Rotary and serves on the Board of Enrich and Employ. She has been involved with many committees and collaborations throughout Stanislaus County.