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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Viviann Schorle

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Viviann Schorle

Viviann Schorle is a seasoned non-profit professional with 20 years of experience in management, project coordination, grant writing and community engagement. She has a Masters in School Psychology from Rowan University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Holy...

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ACLAMO Board Celebrates Nelly

ACLAMO Board Celebrates Nelly One year ago, ACLAMO began its 39th year and named Nelly Jimenez-Arevalo as its fourth executive director. At its June 2016 meeting, the Board of Directors received a report of the accomplishments achieved during the 2015-16 year. These...

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Spring and a Paper Bag

[h2title title=" A Culinary Celebration"] ACLAMO is making plans for delicious food, excellent drink and delightful music to please your taste buds, your palette and your dancing feet! Over the next few weeks, watch for announcements of the restaurants, winery,...

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Culinary Celebration

Dear Newsletter Readers, This is a special announcement to our newsletter readers that tickets are now on sale for the ACLAMO Culinary Celebration on May 1, 2016. As you and your friends join us for food, music, dancing, and fellowship, you will be providing vital...

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All that Jazz!

[h2title title="Mesmerized by "Junie B. Jones" "] ACLAMO Executive Director Nelly Jimenez-Arevalo has been meeting with faculty and administrators at Montgomery County Community College to find ways that ACLAMO students can be introduced to the many and varied...

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Tasty Challenge

[h2title title="GOING STRONG AT 70 "SOMETHING" "] Longtime supporters will remember the 1970s when ACLAMO began under the leadership of its first executive director, Adamino Ortiz. After leaving office in the early 2000s, Adamino has remained active with each of the...

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Holiday 2015 Toy Report

[h2title title="2015 HOLIDAY TOY DISTRIBUTION REPORT"] 50 volunteers helped distribute toys. The largest groups were foreign language faculty and students from Jenkintown and Plymouth...

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