Rotary meeting featuring Father Hector Trejo Cano
|Tuesday, December 14, 2021, 12:00pm
On December 14, Father Hector Trejo Cano, an Anglican priest who runs two shelters in Juarez. Cano is a former mounted policeman who changed professions after encountering individuals trying to get to the United States however they could.
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