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Grand Opening and Fiesta at Southwest Key next Saturday, April 28
Southwest Key

April, 2012

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   Please join us!

Saturday, April 28

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Southwest Key's Social Enterprise Complex

Grand Opening & Cinco de Mayo Celebration
 

Saturday, April 28, 2012

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Join the Southwest Key Familia as we cut the ribbon on our new job center in East Austin. The 14,000-square-foot complex will create jobs, serve thousands annually and house cutting-edge workforce programs, including nonprofit-run businesses known as “social enterprises.”  The new development is part of the East Austin Children’s Promise, a collective effort of youth, parents, organizations and partners to transform Govalle/Johnston Terrace through education and employment support. 

 

The ribbon cutting will be followed by a free family fiesta featuring a live performance by RUBEN RAMOS. Filled with non-stop activity and entertainment, the whole family can enjoy live music, mariachis, games, bounce houses, petting zoo, pinatas, face painting, ballet folklorico, theatrical performances, dragon dancers, local food for sale and much more!

 

Southwest Key Centro de Familia

6002 Jain Lane | Austin, Texas

www.swkey.org

 

For more info contact Layla Fry at lfry@swkey.org  or 512-462-2181

 

 

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