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LUM Spanish Conversation Tables – Begin Sept. 11

The LUM Immigration Clinic and Ayuda y Aprende, the Spanish Language Service Learning Program at Purdue, have teamed up to offer weekly Spanish Conversation Tables. Details are as follows:

  • Wednesdays – Sept. 11 through Nov. 13 from Noon to 1 p.m.
  • Location – LUM Office Conference Room
  • No Spanish language skills required – ideal for both beginners & those wanting to refresh their skills
  • FREE and open to the public – Limited to 30 participants
  • BYO lunch & bring a friend (optional)

Each conversation table will focus on a different topic such as shopping, communicating with a doctor, dining out, obtaining directions, etc. These sessions offer a wonderful opportunity for individuals wishing to connect with their Spanish speaking neighbors. Staff, volunteers and congregants from member churches are encouraged to take advantage of these sessions.

For more information, email or call Susan Brouillette (sbrouillette@lumserve.org | 765.423.2691) — or click HERE.

Esperamos verle allí.

Immigration Clinic — Events & Celebrations


icThe LUM Immigration Clinic has had a busy spring season with a successful Citizenship Classes, Spanish Conversation Tables & the recent Cultural Exchange Potluck Luncheon.

  • Citizenship Classes completed another semester and will begin again in June. For more information, click HERE.
  • Spanish Conversation Tables recently held its last lunch-time session and will begin again in the Fall.
    For more information, click HERE.
  • Cultural Exchange Potluck Luncheon — Last week, the LUM Immigration Clinic along with three other agencies hosted this celebration to engage individuals who ic2volunteered or participated local cultural programs.

Attendees were able to make new friends by sharing their culture through stories, language and food in a welcoming, safe and joyful environment.


To view more PHOTOS from these LUM Immigration Clinic programs, click HERE.


The Lafayette Urban Ministry Immigration Clinic helps individuals from other countries, who are legally in the US, to navigate the often difficult and confusing Immigration and Naturalization Service bureaucracy. Directed by staff member Susan Brouillette, the LUM Immigration Clinic served 24 individuals in 2015.


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