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Arturo Rodriguez, President of United Farm Workers to speak at Cesar Chavez Celebration
Southwest Key Programs

September, 2012


Southwest Key Programs requests the 

honor of your presence at our


Walk of Heroes Ceremony & Mosaic Unveiling

Honoring Cesar E. Chavez

October 13, 2012, 9:00 am 


Dedicated to his courage, leadership, and contributions to the civil rights movement


Southwest Key Programs will host a free celebration on Saturday, October 13th from 9:00am to noon at their family center in East Austin at 6002 Jain Lane, Austin 78721.   


The event will feature a free continental breakfast, inspiring speakers, and a community gardening service learning project.  


The program will begin after breakfast and networking at 10:00 am with an inspiring keynote address by:


Arturo S. Rodriguez, President, United Farm Workers


Senator Gonzalo Barrientos and Southwest Key Board Members Elizabeth S. Gonzales and Rosa Santis will also speak.  The event will feature performances by an ensemble from East Austin College Prep's student choir and Southwest Key's Latino Arts Preservation Program's Ballet Folklorico dancers.


The event will honor Cesar E. Chavez and include an unveiling of a beautiful mosaic of his image as the newest addition to Southwest Key’s Walk of Heroes.  Please join us!


Read more on our website...




Southwest Key Programs

512.583.2571 /  /  Event Website


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