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Immigration & family

Having to leave your parents and not see them in decades is one of the worst feelings to go through. Centro Jalisco worked with many other Mexican organizations to give 80 visas out to Mexicans from Jalisco, Mexico who have not seen their family in years. This is part of Familias Sin Fronteras. We are…
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Kevin Camargo

November 28, 2017

Having to leave your parents and not see them in decades is one of the worst feelings to go through. Centro Jalisco worked with many other Mexican organizations to give 80 visas out to Mexicans from Jalisco, Mexico who have not seen their family in years. This is part of Familias Sin Fronteras. We are all family, without any type of borders.

A day in the life of Coleman Crow

A day in the life of Coleman Crow

Baseball players choose to devote their time differently, some follow a strict routine and others are more relaxed. For Rocket City Trash Pandas pitcher, Coleman Crow, his schedule is based on a routine.  “I feel like if I knock everything off my checklist, I'm going...