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Flavorful evening at the school

  • Above, Nicole Bennett, a zumba instructor from the Hampshire Regional YMCA, leads a group of children and adults during a Latino dinner hosted by the Jackson Street School PTO earlier this month at the school.<br/><br/>Below, Elba Heredia, left, the co-president of the Jackson Street School PTO, welcomes visitors to the dinner. Applauding is Mary Cowhey, a teacher at the school. Both are members of the Latino school/community group Families with Power.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Above, Nicole Bennett, a zumba instructor from the Hampshire Regional YMCA, leads a group of children and adults during a Latino dinner hosted by the Jackson Street School PTO earlier this month at the school.

    Below, Elba Heredia, left, the co-president of the Jackson Street School PTO, welcomes visitors to the dinner. Applauding is Mary Cowhey, a teacher at the school. Both are members of the Latino school/community group Families with Power.
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  • Elba Heredia, left, who is the co-president of the Jackson Street School PTO, makes welcoming remarks during a Latino dinner hosted by the PTO Friday, March 15, at the school. Applauding is Mary Cowhey, a teacher at the school. Both are members of the Latino school/community group Families with Power.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Elba Heredia, left, who is the co-president of the Jackson Street School PTO, makes welcoming remarks during a Latino dinner hosted by the PTO Friday, March 15, at the school. Applauding is Mary Cowhey, a teacher at the school. Both are members of the Latino school/community group Families with Power.
    JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Above, Nicole Bennett, a zumba instructor from the Hampshire Regional YMCA, leads a group of children and adults during a Latino dinner hosted by the Jackson Street School PTO earlier this month at the school.<br/><br/>Below, Elba Heredia, left, the co-president of the Jackson Street School PTO, welcomes visitors to the dinner. Applauding is Mary Cowhey, a teacher at the school. Both are members of the Latino school/community group Families with Power.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Elba Heredia, left, who is the co-president of the Jackson Street School PTO, makes welcoming remarks during a Latino dinner hosted by the PTO Friday, March 15, at the school. Applauding is Mary Cowhey, a teacher at the school. Both are members of the Latino school/community group Families with Power.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

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