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Su Casa De Esperanza – Early Childhood Development Program

May 06, 2022

Su Casa De Esperanza – Early Childhood Development Program

Its an organization that focuses on families living in Texas specifically living in the lower rio grande valley. Their center in Pharr and Progreso serve 633 Participants. Staff equip and support families even before a new baby enters the world, and then, provide early childhood education services to the entire family.

Attended by: FVP, Victor P. Barbosa and wife, Gloria Barbosa and son, Xavier Barbosa.

Greater State Bank served as a sponsor for this event to benefit Su Casa De Esperanza.

When: Thursday April 28th

Where: Top Golf (3rd Annual Fundraiser)

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