On Friday, November 1 at the Consulate of Mexico in Orlando, Florida, many personalities and community leaders from all over Central Florida met for the closing of the 19th annual Binational Week of Health and the official welcome of the new Consul from Mexico in Orlando, Juan Sabines.
Upon arrival one was greeted by altars representing and celebrating the “Day of the Dead”, a tradition of Mexico, when loved ones who have died, are remembered. This celebration is full of colorful, beautiful art expressions and representations of Catrinas, the whimsical skeletons. With participation of different Latin American countries. and the without fail beautiful women dressed in their typical Mexican costumes with their colorful flowers on their heads, there was a festive air.
The Consul welcomed and thanked each of those present. It was his second time in this city and he wanted each one present to understand they were very dear to him. Then, with the Consul of Colombia, Claudia Bustamante, presentations were made to several organizations for their help and participation in the XIX Binational Week of Health. Recognition was given to the United for Human Rights foundation, noting that they have been working together for years, even in the Mexican state of Chiappas.
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