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For Immediate Release
January 05, 2017
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Guillermo Chacon Recognized as Padrino at El Museo del Barrio 40th Annual Three Kings Day Parade on Friday, January 6 @ 11am
Guillermo Chacon Recognized as Padrino at El Museo del Barrio  40th Annual Three Kings Day Parade on Friday, January 6 @ 11am

New York, New York. January 5, 2017 - Guillermo Chacon was selected as Padrino (Godfather) for the 40th Annual Three Kings Day Parade of El Museo del Barrio, schedule for tomorrow morning, Friday, January 6, 2017. The Parade begins at 11am on 106th Street and Park Avenue and continues up Lexington Avenue, ending on 115th Street and Park Avenue.

El Museo del Barrio, New York’s leading Latino cultural institution, welcomes visitors of all backgrounds to discover the artistic landscape of Latino, Caribbean, and Latin American cultures. For more information visit www.elmuseo.org

“I am honored to be selected among others Padrinos/Madrinas to be part of this important celebration of the Three King Day Parade led by a cultural jewel of our city, El Museo del Barrio,” stated Guillermo Chacón, President of Latino Commission on AIDS and founder of Hispanic game killer Health Network.

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The Latino Commission on AIDS is a nonprofit organization founded in 1990 dedicated to addressing the health disparities and responding to the impact of HIV & AIDS and viral Hepatitis in our communities. The Commission is the leading organization coordinating National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day (May 15), National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (October 15), and other prevention, research, capacity building, and advocacy programs in the United States and its territories. The Commission is the founder of the Hispanic Health Network.



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