LCCC Studenet Government celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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The Luzerne County Community College Student Government Association recently celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month at the college’s Campus Center. Students read poetry and stories in both Spanish and English written by some of the most well-known Hispanic authors. The event featured music by the Bob Velez Latin Jazz Band and a display of Mexican artifacts. From left, kneeling, are Sabrina Sheare, Forty Fort, freshman representative, LCCC Student Government Association; Kenneth Clark, Sweet Valley, vice president, LCCC Student Government Association; Gerlin Paula-Vasquez, Wilkes-Barre; and Dagmar Frias, Wilkes-Barre. Seeatred, Angel Torres, Wilkes-Barre; Jim Waltich, Wilkes-Barre; and Robert Velez Jr., Scranton. Standing, Dr. Cheryl Lesser, Nanticoke, vice president, academic affairs, LCCC; Rosana Reyes, vice president, enrollment management and student development, LCCC; Mary Sullivan, Swoyersville, director, student life and athletics, LCCC; Isabel Estrada, Wilkes-Barre, secretary, LCCC Student Government Association; Joshua Ariza, Nanticoke; Jordany Krawrintel, West Hazleton; Luz Cabrales, Scranton, admissions recruiter, LCCC; and Juanita DeJesus, Wilkes-Barre.

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