In Testimonials

Mary Andrade

La Oferta Review Newspaper

3111 Alum Rock

San Jose, CA 95127

Dear Mary,

Exhibit at a Library in San Jose, California.

I would like to thank you for the opportunity to host your exhibition “Through the Eyes of your Soul, Dia De Los Muertos in Mixquic, Mexico” at the East San Jose Carnegie Library. To have this type of cultural program at our library enriches our experience as well as provides an opportunity to present this excellent program for the community.

lt is always such a pleasure working with you. The reception, followed by Folklorico National Mexicano, was enjoyed and appreciated by all! Many people have commented on how much they like the exhibit and as always it will be sad when it will have to be taken down.

To be able to work with you and provide this type of programming for the community is what really makes my job worthwhile. Again, many thanks for your valuable contribution to the library and the Community.

With gratitude and appreciation,


Wendy age

Branch Librarian

East San Jose Carnegie Library


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