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Multicultural program branches to Green County
Day of the Dead to mix with Brodhead’s Autumn Fest to celebrate inclusion
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Several people are behind bringing a Multicultural Outreach Program to Green County. From left, Cynthia Villavicencio, direct service consultant for Green County MCOP; Magali Jimenez Hernandez, college student and volunteer; Maribel Lobato, business owner and MCOP volunteer; and Natasha Morgan, bilingual advocate for Green Haven and MCOP, are working to make Green County more inclusive. - photo by Emily Massingill
MONROE — As the Hispanic population continues to rise and cultures spread in Green County, there’s at least one group making sure those new to the area have the support, tools and even fun to welcome them.

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