Ana Hernandez

Ana Hernandez Presented with Service Hero Award

Congratulations Ana Hernandez, Pharmacy, for being recognized as a Hot Springs service hero for November 2022!. She was nominated by her manager for this award. An unknown, Spanish speaking customer called into the pharmacy and asked if there was someone available who spoke Spanish. Ana was working in the ER that day, but immediately came over to the pharmacy to help this person.
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Rep. Ana Hernandez’s Successful Food Distribution

Jacinto City, TX. – Saturday, April 9, 2022 – District 143 State Representative Ana Hernandez had another successful food distribution event where hundreds of vehicles, many with more than one family in them, lined up to get help. Hernandez is known throughout the North Channel area for spreading help to the needy.
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Holiday Open House with Ana Hernandez in District 143

STATE REPRESENTATIVE ANA HERNANDEZ 16TH ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE. Jacinto City, TX — December 7, 2021 at the District 143 state office, constituents came to begin this year’s holiday season festivities. They enjoyed refreshments, fellowshipping and their visit with Representative Hernandez. Toys that were donated will be given at Christmas to needy children.

Officials identified 52-year-old Ana Hernandez Islas who died after a crash on I-5 in Bellingham (Bellingham, WA)

Authorities identified 52-year-old Ana Hernandez Islas, as the Mount Vernon woman, who lost her life following a multi-vehicle wreck Tuesday night on I-5 in Bellingham. According to the investigation reports, Ana Hernandez Islas was traveling south a little before 11 p.m. when she failed to maintain control of her vehicle near the Sunset exit and struck the left shoulder barrier.

STATE REP. ANA HERNANDEZ: Zoom meeting updates Legislative report

NORTH CHANNEL – State Representative Ana Hernandez was the featured speaker at the September 2nd CIP (Community Industry Partnership) meeting, held by Zoom for about 35 participants. Hernandez spoke about work accomplished in the 87th legislative session, and the two specials sessions that Governor Abbott called after that. Hernandez was one of the 50 Democrats that left the Capitol to block legislation that they deemed restrictive to voting rights, but she and Representatives Walle and Coleman eventually returned, and others later, to allow the sessions to continue. As a results, SB1 (Voting rights) and SB8 (Abortion rights), were passed by a Republican majority over the Democrat’s objections.