Hispanic Heritage Celebration and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Hispanic Heritage Celebration and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
On Wednesday, May 31, 2017, the Hoboken High School Hispanic Culture Club will host their 3rd annual Hoboken High School Hispanic Culture Club Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Hispanic Heritage Celebration. The event is scheduled to start at 7 and is located in the auditorium at Hoboken High School.

The public celebration will feature performances from students and guests, swearing In of new officers, and the Induction of new members to the Hoboken High School Hispanic Culture Club Hall of Fame:

Isabel Bruno (Educator)
Arturo Martinez (Author)
Raul Morales Sr. (Community Advocate)

Under the leadership of Christopher Munoz, the Hispanic Culture Club delves into history to help create an intimate knowledge of the role that Hispanics have played in the history and psyche of the United States and Hoboken.

The purpose of the Hispanic Culture Club Hall of Fame is to recognize individuals who have made a positive impact in the Hispanic and Hoboken community.

For most Hispanic families, celebrating culture is not particularly difficult. It frequently permeates our lifestyle embedding itself in our psyche. But the Hispanic Culture Club is the perfect opportunity to delve more deeply into the history of our ancestors and help create an intimate knowledge of the role that Hispanics have played in the history and psyche of the United States and Hoboken, as well as the effect they’ve had on our culture.

The event is free and open to the public.
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