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6may10:00 am- 2:00 pmTALLER PARA PEQUENAS EMPRESAS - COMO ABRIR UN NEGOCIOTALLER PARA PEQUENAS EMPRESAS - COMO ABRIR UN NEGOCIO

25jun11:00 am- 7:00 pm12th Annual Mariachi & More Festival12th Annual Mariachi & More Festival

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Tricities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce shared their event.

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May General Membership Networking Luncheon

May 16, 11:30am

Red Lion Hotel Pasco

Everyone is welcome to have lunch with us, it is all in english and a great opportunity to network and build your book of business.

May General Membership Networking Luncheon

On Friday, the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held its Annual “Una Noche de Exitos” - A Night of Achievements event where it takes time to recognize a number of individuals and organizations in the community who have made significant contribution to the Latino and the Benton-Franklin community. Over 200 people were in attendance at the Pasco Red Lion for the event.
One of the most notable things about several of the Award winners was both their humble backgrounds and the fact that several of them worked in the fields when they were children and later on. Federal Judge Salvador Mendoza, the Outstanding Latino Public Servant, grew up in Prosser and worked in the fields along with his family before going on the University of Washington to college and the UCLA for Law School. Dr. Saul Valencia, the Outstanding Latino Health Care Professional, was not even encouraged to go to college in high school and spent the year after graduating working the fields and in packing houses and was rejected from Washington State University twice, but his persistence paid off and not only did he graduate from WSU but went on to complete his Medical Degree from the University of Washington.
Two of Pasco’s very own were also recognized this year. Colonel Felix Vargas (retired) who served over 33 years in both the U.S. Army and the Department of State received the Outstanding Latino Veteran of the Year Award, while Guadalupe Contreras, who previously worked at Columbia Basin College and works as a Training Specialist at CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Company, was recognized as the 2017 Outstanding Latino Educator of the Year.
Huesitos Landscaping was recognized as the Outstanding Latino Business of the Year not just because it is a successful, growing company, but also for all that they do to support local schools.
Although Mr. Davin Diaz, currently Director of Communications and Advancement for the Mid-Columbia Libraries, has only lived in the Tri-Cities for about 10 years he has already made a number of great contributions. He has served on a number of important boards and committees in the community but one of his most important contributions has been the founding of the DrewBoy Creative art gallery. This space, which has hosted 13 art shows since it started in February 2016, has re-energized the arts scene in the Tri-Cities.
Finally, Mrs. Claudia Olmstead was recognized with the TCHCC’s Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award. Mrs. Olmsted has worked as the Migrant and Bilingual Programs Coordinator in Prosser for the last nine years and had impacted many students positively, both in her day job and in her volunteer work.
All of these individuals have contributed in countless ways to improving the lives of Latinos and the community in general.
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