After spending even the briefest amount of time talking to Angelica Garcia, it is easy to see how she has been so instrumental as the Unit Director of the Boys and Girls Club in Brawley for nearly three years now.
School, at any age, is collectively challenging for a variety of reasons. As life is often unpredictable and riddled with challenges, adhering to a 13-year commitment, flawlessly, may seem daunting for most. Particularly in this era of mass technology, completing elementary, middle and high school without a single absence is nearly impossible.
(Editors Note: Valley Women Magazine recently selected Taydreana Durden as the grand prize winner of our second annual Woman Role Model Student Writing Contest. Out of 100 writing submissions, six students were chosen to present their nominations at Valley Women’s The Extraordinary Accomplishments of Women Event on May 4. Taydreana decided to nominate Sedalia Sanders as her role model, and as grand prize winner, her story on Sanders is being published in this edition to share with all our readers.)