|José Borjón, General Consul of Mexico, meets with leaders of Hispano-Latino Rotary Club South|
Thursday, August 24, 2017
Consul General for Mexico to meet with Utah Rotary Clubs to discuss Hispanic immigrant issues
José Borjón, the new Consul General of Mexico who now lives in Utah asked to meet with Utah Rotarians so we can help him get to know our different communities and leaders. He hopes to help immigrants in Utah.
District Governor Bev Christy and Past District Governor Jerry Summerhays suggested to José that he join the Salt Lake Club.
After meeting with the new Consul General, Governor Bev Christy suggested scheduling presentations by José Borjón with clubs around the state. Each area could host a combined club event to promote diversity. For more information, contact Jerry Summerhays email@example.com
In the last few weeks Consul General José met with leaders of the Hispanic Rotary Club of SLC South, and then separately with leaders of the Hispanic Rotary Club of SLC North, each for over 2 hours. José expressed great gratitude for all he learned from the discussions. We Rotarians learned a lot too. All of us think there are significant ways we can help the Consul General and Hispanic immigrants.
Posted by Judy Zone at 6:41 PM