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San Antonio Mayor Speaks At Hispana Convention

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(KCEN) --- San Antonio Mayor, Julian Castro, was in Cleveland, Saturday, Oct 19 to speak at the city's Hispana Convention.

More than 2,500 patrons were in attendance for the cities largest hispanic community event.

People received free health screenings and had access to a job fair, networking, cultural exhibits, and raffles.

Mayor Castro gave the keynote address and spoke about education, ambition, and achievement in the Hispanic community at large.

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