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Spanish M.E.T.A.S

Spanish through Math Engineering Technology Art Science

Spanish Immersion Classes for Beginners

Beginning April 6, 2016

Four week course held every Wednesday

Time: 3:30pm-5:30pm

Cost: $100

 

Sky Stage Project

About the Project:

Artist Heather Clark is exploring the feasibility of an art installation behind the boarded storefronts on South Market St., Frederick for Spring 2016.

Centro Hispano would like to take this opportunity to thank all of its clients and supporters for their financial contributions. Those clients who seek services and leave small donations are a blessing to us since we do not receive any government funding. We depend on these small donations to help with rent, utilities, insurance and such. We are all volunteers at Centro Hispano. For this reason, your small donations are crucial in order to keep our doors open to serve the immigrant and limited English speaking community. Thank you.

Students Reyna Oyola, Pamela Miller and Monica Garcia learn how to utilize the program Microsoft Word to create brochures and signs for Centro Hispano.

Alan Feinberg has lived in Frederick, Md., for 20 years. He's seen businesses open and close, people come and go. He's seen the town's immigrant and Hispanic population swell, to a point where Latinos make up almost twice as much of Frederick's population as they do Maryland's on the whole. And he's watched as some of the city's longest-standing residents have, in his view, resisted the influx.

Department of Health’s Adriana Roa doing volunteer work at Centro Hispano, helping our community members to enroll with Kaiser Permanente’s free health insurance program.

Centro Hispano de Frederick is in immediate need of an office manager/grant seeker. This position would be on a voluntary basis until funding for this position comes through. Candidate would set her/his own hours, as long as the job gets done.

Centro Hispano is in need of a bilingual, computer literate volunteer to work in the front office.

Alan Feinberg has lived in Frederick, Md., for 20 years. He’s seen businesses open and close, people come and go. He’s seen the town’s immigrant and Hispanic population swell, to a point where Latinos make up almost twice as much of Frederick’s population as they do Maryland’s on the whole. And he’s watched as some of the city’s longest-standing residents have, in his view, resisted the influx.

For years, the corridor of Route 40 West historically known as The Golden Mile was considered the gateway to the city of Frederick, Md. The strip was a hub of commerce, home to a stretch of large chain businesses, up until about a year ago when The Frederick Towne Mall closed its doors.

Thanks so much Saint Joseph on Carrollton Manor in Buckeystown for the food boxes, turkeys, hams and bags of gift wrapped toys for the children of our community.

Centro Hispano de Frederick is accepting donations to help the Hickory Hill Apartments / Key Parkway families displaced from their homes due to a fire on Monday, August 4, 2014.

Short interview with our Director, Maria-Teresa Shuck, published by Frederick Magazine on August 2014.

 

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