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Community celebrates Hispanic center opening

8:26 PM, May 3, 2014
Manitowoc Mayor Justin Nickels looks on as Executive Director Dario Hernandez and daughter, Norma Hernandez, address the crowd Saturday during an opening celebration for Mi Pueblo, an Hispanic community center at Lakeshore United Methodist Church-Camino de Fe, 1130 S. Ninth St.
Manitowoc Mayor Justin Nickels looks on as Executive Director Dario Hernandez and daughter, Norma Hernandez, address the crowd Saturday during an opening celebration for Mi Pueblo, an Hispanic community center at Lakeshore United Methodist Church-Camino de Fe, 1130 S. Ninth St.
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The sound of mariachi music wafted through the church parking lot. Inside, fellowship hall was decorated with colorful flags representing all the Spanish-speaking countries across the globe.

The occasion on Saturday was the opening of Mi Pueblo, a Hispanic community center at Lakeshore United Methodist Church-Camino de Fe, 1130 S. Ninth St.

"Today marks a dream fulfilled," retired pastor Neil Piepenburg told the group that gathered for the opening of the nondenominational center. ...

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