The Latino Academy of Workforce Development is inviting current and former students, along with their families and community members, to attend its Annual Picnic and End-of-Summer Classes Celebration on Saturday, Aug. 10, at Rennebohm Park, 115 N Eau Claire Ave.
The event will begin at 11 a.m. with free food and refreshments served for all attending. Highlights of the event will be live music, a photo booth, raffles, games, children’s activities, and tables with community resource information; all in a welcoming family-friendly setting. Community members are welcome to participate at this picnic and celebrate with the students.
The Latino Academy of Workforce Development is in its eighth year of operation strengthening our community through bilingual adult education, job training and employment programs. The mission of the Latino Academy of Workforce Development (LAWD) is to improve the life of Latino residents and their families by offering job skill training and classes in order to improve the workforce in the City of Madison.
The Annual Picnic and End-of-Summer Classes Celebration will center on a recognition ceremony set to take place at 12:30 pm, to honor and celebrate the achievements and hard work of Latino Academy students. The ceremony will also recognize how valuable these students are for the Dane County community.
For more information about the Picnic or the Latino Academy of Workforce Development’s programs, call Baltazar De Anda at (608) 469-5448.