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Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva celebrates the holiday season with the community

Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva, Captain Brian Lee, and California Highway Patrol pose with gifts for children in need. Courtesy photo.

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D – Orange County) hosted her Holiday Celebration and Toy Drive in the district office on December 12. The community donated over 250 toys that will be distributed through non-profit organizations in the district, such as the Boys & Girls Club and AccessCal. The night included music performances by both the Fullerton Union High School’s Jazz Ensemble and California State University, Fullerton Jazz Trio.

“I am grateful and honored for the opportunity to serve the residents of the District,” said Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva. “I want to thank both my district and capitol office staff for assisting with serving our community. Furthermore, I appreciate all the great work done by the local city government and community organizations throughout the 65th District,” said Quirk-Silva.

Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva spoke about her goals for 2020 and her accomplishments during this past legislative session. She is now working and planning for the upcoming Legislative session. With new ideas and energy to continue to serve her District, she is eager to get started in 2020.

“There are many issues that we are continuing to address, including homelessness, affordable housing, access to higher education, and mental health care. I will continue to bring California’s resources to the people of Orange County, and fight for the needs of our communities,” said Quirk-Silva.

A special thank you to those who attended and made our Holiday Celebration and Toy Drive a success, especially the generous donation by the men and women of our California Highway Patrol.

This article was released by the Office of Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva.

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  1. The district would be better served if Republican Cynthia Thacker were representing the district in Sacramento.

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