Municipio de Orlando realizó el 16o Evento de Celebración del Mes de la Hispanidad

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Orlando, FL– El alcalde de Orlando, Buddy Dyer, y el comisionado del Distrito 2 de la ciudad, Tony Ortiz, invitaronn a la comunidad al 16º evento de celebración del Mes de la Hispanidad que se celebró el jueves 13 de octubre en el Camping World Stadium para reconocer las aportaciones de las diversas culturas hispanas, tanto localmente como en todo el país. Este evento comunitario contó con comida, baile, música y entretenimiento latino.

El Mes de la Hispanidad se celebra del 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre, y el tema nacional de este año era “Unidos: Inclusión para una Nación más Fuerte” que promueve la representación e inclusión de todas las voces para forjar una nación y comunidades más fuertes.

Como comunidad diversa, equitativa e inclusiva, el municipio de Orlando celebra la cultura y las tradiciones de los residentes de Estados Unidos provenientes de España, México y las naciones hispanohablantes de América Central, América del Sur y el Caribe. El municipio se enorgulleció en dedicar este mes a la herencia hispana/latina y reconocer los logros de los hispanos que han inspirado a otros con su liderazgo e historias de éxito.

City of Orlando held 16th Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration event

Orlando, FL– Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orlando District 2 Commissioner Tony Ortiz invited the community to the 16th Hispanic Heritage Month celebration event held on Thursday, October 13 at Camping World Stadium to recognize the contributions of diverse Hispanic cultures, both locally and across the country. This community event featured food, dancing, music and Latin entertainment.

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15, and this year’s national theme was “United: Inclusion for a Stronger Nation” which promotes representation and inclusion of all voices to forge a stronger nation and communities.

As a diverse, equitable and inclusive community, the City of Orlando celebrates the culture and traditions of U.S. residents from Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. The City was proud to dedicate this month to Hispanic/Latino heritage and recognize the achievements of Hispanics who have inspired others with their leadership and success stories.

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orlando District 2 Commissioner Tony Ortiz invited the community to the 16th annual Hispanic Heritage Month celebration event held on Thursday, October 13 at Camping World Stadium to recognize the contributions of diverse Hispanic cultures, both locally and across the country. This community event featured food, dancing, music and Latin entertainment.

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15, and this year’s national theme was “United: Inclusion for a Stronger Nation” which promotes representation and inclusion of all voices to forge a stronger nation and communities.

As a diverse, equitable and inclusive community, the City of Orlando celebrates the culture and traditions of U.S. residents from Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. The City was proud to dedicate this month to Hispanic/Latino heritage and recognize the achievements of Hispanics who have inspired others with their leadership and success stories.

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