Join us for the 2021 Member Luncheon

Friday, July 23, 2021

RESERVE YOUR SEAT

Bring a guest and enjoy lunch at the 2021 American Pistachio Growers Annual Member Luncheon. Connect with fellow members and hear from Assemblyman Adam Gray on what agricultural producers could be facing in the future.

Assemblyman Adam Gray is focused on what matters most to the residents of California’s Central Valley: health, education, public safety, jobs, and water. He was born and raised in Merced, and put himself through college working at his family’s dairy supply. He was elected to the State Assembly in 2012 where he represents Merced County, portions of Stanislaus County, and the cities of Merced, Modesto, Los Banos, Patterson, Gustine, Newman, Ceres, Livingston, and Atwater.

Friday, July 23, 2021 at 11:30 am

Visalia Convention Center ⋅ 303 E. Acequia Ave ⋅ Visalia

 

Seating is limited. Please R.S.V.P. by July 16th.

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NOTICE AND WARNING CORONAVIRUS/COVID 19

 Attendees at the APG-sponsored luncheon on July 23, 2021 (“Event”), should be aware of the possible presence of coronavirus disease (known as “COVID-19”), which was declared to be a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization as of March 11, 2020.  While reasonable precautions are being taken, given the nature of the pandemic, the AMERICAN PISTACHIO GROWERS (“Organizer”) cannot guarantee that the Event, the Facility where the event will be held, or surrounding areas are free from contamination with the coronavirus that is linked to COVID-19.  Attendees understand that other individuals in attendance or workers at the Event and Facility may have been affected by the virus and not know it.  Attendees understand that the Facility may not require the use of masks, but that the Organizer urges all attendees to use their best personal judgment about whether to wear a mask at the luncheon, especially if they are unvaccinated or have a health condition.

Attendees acknowledge, understand, and agree that they are voluntarily choosing to travel to and attend the Event/utilize the Facility and that doing so may result in exposure to Coronavirus/COVID-19 and that this involves inherent risks that include illness, injury, or possibly death.  By attending the Event, attendees agree that they are voluntarily participating in the following:  (i) attendance at the Event with an indeterminate number of other individuals who may or may not be vaccinated, (ii) the use of lodging and/or other amenities near the Event, (iii) associated travel, and (iv) presence in and around the geographic area of the Facility.  Attendees acknowledge that other attendees of the Event may be traveling to the Facility from other locations in California, and other geographic regions that are or may have been affected recently by the coronavirus.

By attending the Event, Attendees agree that they: 1) are attending the Event and entering the Facility voluntarily and of their own free will; (ii) voluntarily agree to assume all risks associated with (a) travel to and from the Event, (b) attendance of the Event, and (c) use of and presence at the Facility and in the geographic area surrounding the Facility.

By attending the Event, attendees exempt, hold harmless, and release the Organizer, and all its employees, officers, directors, contractors, vendors, representatives, volunteers, and/or agents from all liability or responsibility whatsoever for illness, personal injury, or death as a result of attendance at the Event, entry onto the premises of the Facility, or associated travel, however caused, including but not limited to the negligence of the Facility or the Organizer or its employees, officers, directors, contractors, vendors, representatives, volunteers, and/or agents.

BY THEIR ATTENDANCE AT THE EVENT, ATTENDEES EXPRESSLY WAIVE THE BENEFITS OF SECTION 1542 OF THE CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE, WHICH READS AS FOLLOWS:

“A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release and that, if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party.”