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Daniel Hernandez is Calistoga Teen Club's member of the month

Daniel Hernandez is Calistoga Teen Club's member of the month

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Daniel Hernandez

Daniel Hernandez is the Calistoga Teen Club's member of the month for June. 

Daniel Hernandez, a ninth-grader at Calistoga Junior-Senior High School, has been named Teen Club Member of the Month at the Calistoga Boys & Girls Club. 

Hernandez joined the club family in 2019 and has become one of the most consistent members in the program. He is an active participant in programs from basketball to DIY crafts activities.

Hernandez has a very outgoing personality and the more you get to know him, he is very kind, courteous, and likes to lend a helping hand without having to ask.

Hernandez is also very work-motivated and gets things done when needed. He is a responsible young man who is able to maintain a job at the Calistoga community pool and still be able to stay consistent with his attendance.

Hernandez has also been part of Napa Valley 4-H for about three years, and as part of this club he raises pigs to sell in the August fair. To raise these animals requires a lot of responsibility and care which is another example of just how dedicated and responsible Hernandez is when it comes to his tasks and obligations. He is a great example of what the Club hopes all teens strive for at a young age.

"We are all excited to see what life has to offer you in these next few years, striving for greatness. Thank you for all you do for the Teen Center," said Catalina Jacobo, Site Director for the Calistoga Teen Center. 

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky gave final approval Wednesday for children 12-15 years old to get Pfizer's COVID vaccine, starting immediately. The CDC's recommendation follows an FDA emergency authorization issued Monday. A study with more than 2,000 volunteers found kids experienced side effects similar to young adults. And the FDA says the known and potential benefits of the vaccine outweigh potential risks.President Biden says Wednesday's approval opens vaccinations up for 17 million more people. He called it a big step in the fight against the pandemic and urged parents to get their kids vaccinated."This light at the end of the tunnel? Well, it's getting brighter and brighter and we need all of you to bring it home," the president said. "Americans 12 and up: Get vaccinated. And on July 4, let's celebrate our independence as a nation and our independence from this virus. We can do this."

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