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November, 2012

In this issue:

Stanford comes to Pescadero High

Día de los Muertos connects living to those that have died

Puente signs up first time voters

Puente Partners: Two legal nonprofits get the job done






Stanford comes to Pescadero High   
This year, ten highly motivated students from La Honda and Pescadero are taking classes at Stanford’s Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) for credit – and getting a taste of real-world university academics, taught by Stanford professors. Read more.
Día de los Muertos connects living to those that have died
At Puente, preparing for Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is anything but macabre. At a joyful workshop in early October, hands reach into mixing bowls filled with a gooey blend of water, powdered sugar and meringue.  Read more.

Puente signs up first time voters
A month before the election, Puente staff was out in full force handing out voter registration forms. They targeted first-time voters: new citizens, and local youth who had just turned 18. Read more.

Puente Partners: Two legal nonprofits get the job done
Farm worker housing. Immigration. For years, Puente has had help defending the rights of South Coast residents, thanks to valuable partnerships with California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (CRLA) and Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto. Read more.

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