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Student-run fiesta raises money for young Hispanics

A group formed at Raleigh’s Enloe High School to support Hispanic students’ education raised more than $1,700 at a fiesta in Cary on Sunday.


From left, Meera Purohit, 16, Prakrit Bairoliya, 16, and Prasiddhi Jain, 16, all laugh as Bairolya wins a cake during the cake walk fundraiser at the first annual Fiesta for Education at Bond Park on Sunday, May 24, 2015 in Cary, N.C. The event was a fundraiser by the Jóvenes Para Ayudar student group to raise money for the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals. The event featured hispanic food, music, an art show, and games to raise cultural awareness.
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