¡Pachanga! Aberg Center for Literacy to mark 15 years of service

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DALLAS, TX, MARCH 9 – –Celebrating 15 years of breaking the cycle of poverty through English fluency and literacy education, Aberg Center for Literacy is throwing a Pachanga!   

The event promises the colorful elements of a fiesta with surprises in the mix to ensure a lively tribute to Aberg Center’s life-changing impact on individuals, families and the entire community. Pachanga! is set for April 27 at Hickory Street Annex in Dallas.

The event is co-chaired by the husband and wife team of Michael and Ronei Moroney, longtime advocates of Aberg Center. 

“We are fortunate to have Michael and Ronei working their creative magic as Pachanga’s, co-chairs and producers,” says Shana Harrison, Aberg Center’s executive director. “And I’m delighted to announce that Cristina Barboglio Lynch and Cristina Lynch are honorary chairs.”

The mother-daughter duo have played increasingly supportive roles as advocates of Aberg Center’s family-focused approach
to literacy education.

¡Pachanga! features food, cocktails and entertainment as well as a raffle and  silent auction. For event details and ticket purchases please visit abergcenter.org/pachanga

ABOUT

Aberg Center for Literacy is a 501c3 organization that provides tuition free courses in English fluency, GED preparation in English and Spanish, early childhood learning and family literacy. Founded by the late Charles Aberg the program fosters a legacy of economic security that passes from one generation to the next. Now operating in two East Dallas locations, Aberg Center is led by Executive Director Shana Harrison, and staffed by a team of 10 employees and over 200 volunteers.