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Mareewan — Friend of Immigration Clinic


mareewan Mareewan Khaland discovered the LUM Immigration Clinic when he needed some assistance.

Now he has become a volunteer and donor. Mareewan, a well known chef in Lafayette, will be donating the meal for next week’s Cultural Exchange & Potluck Luncheon.

He recently brought some “samples” to the LUM office for our volunteers & staff. {Pictured are Joe Micon, LUM executive director, Mareewan Khaland, and Susan Brouillette, LUM Immigration Clinic director.}

 

Cultural Exchange & Potluck Luncheon


Cultural Connections, Lafayette Adult Resource Academy and Lafayette Urban Ministry proudly present the


Cultural Exchange & Potluck Luncheon


Details are as follows:Immigration Clinic Logo IC

  • Date: Wednesday, April 27
  • Time: noon – 1 p.m.
  • Place: LARA., 1100 Elizabeth St # 3, Lafayette
  • FREE & open to the public

The luncheon will give native and non-native speakers a chance to make new friends, swap stories, share a meal and practice a second language (or maybe even a third).

Tables will be set up so that participants will be able to converse in small groups or as individuals. There will be prompts to encourage conversation as well as icebreaker games.

Participants are encouraged to bring a dish and to make a label with the cook’s first name, nationality, the name of the dish, the country where it originated.

RSVPs are preferred but not required.

Please call or email Susan Brouillette for more information or to RSVP (765-423-2691 | sbrouillette@lumserve.org).