Longtime Coastsider Jimenez Serves in New Role

Sara Hayden, Half Moon Bay Review, September 20, 2017

“I know probably 80 percent of the community. I always go out of my way to greet someone,” said Jimenez. “Sometimes we overlook that. We don’t see how important it is.

“One of the things that makes me happiest is talking to people,” he said before correcting himself — “Talking with people. I think there’s a lot of power in conversation.”

"Now it’s part of his job. Jimenez shares vital information about food, insurance and health services with farmworkers and other community members."

Read more at the HMB Review website.

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