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10th Annual LHACC Caribbean Luna Night

The Latino Hispanic American Community Center (LHACC) held its annual fundraiser, Caribbean Luna Night, on Friday, July 12th, at the Hershey Lodge.

The Latino Hispanic American Community Center (LHACC) held its annual fundraiser, Caribbean Luna Night, on Friday, July 12th, at the Hershey Lodge. LHACC, a United Way Partner Organization, provides services that support basic human needs, as well as supporting individuals with immigration matters, employment assistance, education needs, both physical and mental health services, intervention services, and housing and tenant issues. Its mission is to empower, promote, and advocate for the Latino Hispanic American community of the Greater Harrisburg Area. The fundraiser included live music, a reception, and dinner.

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