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Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber Vancouver move to aid group activities

By , Columbian staff writer

The Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber Vancouver team is moving offices.

The new facility, 4400 N.E. 77th Ave., allows for free parking and increased ability to host meetings and other events. It will also allow for closer contact with Southwest Washington clients, according to a news release.

An open house will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 24 at the new facility.

“We are happy to continue our work in Southwest Washington along with our great allies and partners, including City of Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Department of Commerce and others, to address the needs of a rapidly growing Hispanic community,” Carmen Castro, Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber’s Executive Director, said in a news release.

The nonprofit’s mission is to lead the economic advancement, wealth creation and equity for Latinos in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

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