MUSCATINE, Iowa–The Diversity Service Center of Iowa invites the community to the celebration of its 20 Years of Service to Muscatine and surrounding communities. The celebration event – the Beauty of Culture – is this Friday, Oct. 1, from 5:30 P. M. to 8:00 P. M. at the Pearl City Station, downtown Muscatine.
DSCI opened its doors to the public on March 1, 2001, on its mission to assist families with their immigration process and advocate for senior citizens ages 60+.
“As I think of our 20 years of service and accomplishments, I think of the economic impact we have made in individuals/families lives. And I am also reminded of all the donors who have put their trust in us and have helped form who we are today. For this, I am forever grateful to each one of you.” says Rosa Mendoza, executive director at The Diversity Service Center of Iowa.
This news comes in the wake of accomplishments of the organization, including:
- Assisting 4,043 families with their immigration process.
- Serving residents in Iowa and Illinois with a 200-mile radius.
- Serving an annual average of 70 to 80 senior citizens ages 60+ for additional benefits that help improve their standards of living.
The Diversity Service Center of Iowa looks forward to another 20 years of service providing expertise in immigration and Senior Social Services. Bring the entire family to celebrate the Beauty of Culture and DSCI’s 20 Years of service in an evening full of music, delicious food, games, prizes, friendship and fun for the entire family. See you there!
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