On a beautiful Spring morning, Saturday, May 20, at 9 am, the Network proudly marched with our neighbors in the En Ka’s annual hometown parade. Our marchers included Board members and community supporters, a group that was diverse with respect to race, age, and gender. Crowd support along the route energized us all!

The parade ended at 10 am at the Winchester Fire Station where the En Ka Fair opening ceremonies were held. At the finale of which the Winchester High School band played the “Star Spangled Banner” and the flag was hoisted high.

The Network appreciates the generous contributions En Ka has made to the Network and other civic organizations. Their support helps us build inclusive and welcoming, just and equitable community across cultures and class.