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The Multi-Cultural Information Center is hoping that its new location will further its purpose of helping ethnic groups better assimilate to life in Lancaster County.
On Saturday, the organization will hold an open house from 2 to 6 p.m. at its new location – a mobile classroom at Brooklyn Springs Elementary School. The organization is renting the mobile classroom from the school district.
Attendees can get information about the center’s English as a second language programs, basic computer classes and referral services for civic and professional needs.
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