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Francisco Montejo

Francisco Montejo Quiñonez has been a registered worker at El Sol for about nine years. “I tell my friends that this is our home,” he said. Francisco takes on landscaping, remodeling and painting jobs. He is also a willing volunteer when he is in the labor hall, according to Ismael, our assistant labor coordinator. Since Read the entire post>>

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J-Town Farmers Market at El Sol

At J-Town Farmers Market at El Sol, visitors are buying French pastries, orchids, bromeliads, ribbon-wrapped sandals, handmade soaps, wind chimes, Guatemalan crafts, veggie burgers, imported cheeses and more. The market carries only locally grown, just-harvested fruits and vegetables. It is open Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through April. For more information visit J-Town Read the entire post>>

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AmeriCorps VISTA members at El Sol help day laborers and immigrant families access healthcare and educational opportunities. They help people rise from poverty. Are you looking to make a difference? Earn real-world experience and work in beautiful Jupiter, Florida. We need your help. College graduates apply now! Enter “El Sol” in the program name field Read the entire post>>

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Lois-Anne Davis

Lois-Anne Davis has been volunteering for about five years and currently serves on our communications committee and on our festival committee for El Sol Fest. She has taken a leadership role in organizing the Preview Night silent auction. Lois-Anne is a frequent contributor to El Sol Shines. For our last issue she covered the visit Read the entire post>>

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El Sol Fest 2016

El Sol Fest took place October 22 and 23. The festival featured artists, vendors, music, food, entertainment and activities for kids. It also required months of planning, a dedicated team of volunteers and the support of generous sponsors. We celebrated our 10th anniversary and shared about the cultures that shaped the people we serve. Did Read the entire post>>

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