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Zavala Hispanic Leadership Banquet

Wichita Falls, TX- Founded 10 years ago, the Zavala Hispanic Cultural Initiative celebrates a decade of service to Wichita County and surrounding areas. Committed to providing the Hispanic community with programming and services, Zavala has collaborated with a variety of organizations presenting The Hispanic Leadership Banquet, Calle Ocho, Las Posadas and Amo Leer.

On March 24, 2012, Zavala will host the 2012 Hispanic Leadership Banquet at Midwestern State University Clark Student Center. Proceeds from the event are dedicated to provide local Hispanic student with scholarships to attend colleges and universities.

This yearʼs banquet marks the 10 year anniversary for the service organization. The banquet will feature an essay contest winner reading the titled writing. "Growing up Latin". The 2012 Wichita Fallsʼ Hispanic Person of the Year presentation will take place at the banquet.
Additionally, scholarships will be awarded to deserving high school seniors.

With great pride and dedication, Zavala continues its commitment to preserve the unique cultural gifts of the Hispanic Heritage and to empower the Hispanic community to become fully engaged in overall community opportunities and challenges.

The Zavala Hispanic Cultural Initiative is a Non-Profit organization inWichita Falls. Some of our goals include, helping the Hispanic population get into leadership roles in the community, and one day to build a cultural center to celebrate our culture. Learn more at their website at
www.zavalawf.com.

For more information on the banquet, please contact Stephanie Zamora, Banquet Chairman at 940-882-0822.

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