Augusta, Ga. — U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is recognizing Oasis Augusta Iglesia Pastor Angel Maestre for his service to the community with an Official U.S. Senate Commendation.
Maestre has served as head Pastor for the last 18 years, working to uplift Augusta’s Hispanic community through countless years of mentorship, selfless acts, and service.
Pastor Maestre also founded the first Hispanic radio station in Augusta — OASIS 97.3 — to better connect and inform residents of news impacting their community.
“Mr. OSSOFF. Mr. President, I rise today to commend Pastor Angel Maestre for his impact on Augusta’s Hispanic community.
“Pastor Angel Maestre is a beacon of Georgia, serving as the head pastor at Oasis Augusta Iglesia for the last 18 years. Over the course of his tenure, Pastor Maestre has worked to uplift the community through his countless years of mentorship, selfless acts, and service.
“Pastor Maestre has also founded the first Hispanic radio station in Augusta to better connect the community and inform residents of news impacting their neighborhood.
“During the COVID-19 pandemic, Pastor Maestre helped inform the Hispanic community about vaccinations through his show, ensuring the community was well informed and staying healthy.
“Mr. President, as Georgia’s U.S. Senator, I commend and recognize the Pastor Angel Maestre for his dedication to Georgia and the Augusta community.”