After 12 years at the Becky Johnson Center, the Latino Community Association has found a new home: a historic building constructed in the early 1900s at 636 NW Cedar in Redmond.

The new location, in a two-story house near Dawson’s Station, opened Jan. 23 and allows the organization room for individual offices, two desks for visiting staff, a kitchen, patio, porch and space to host programs for the local Latino community.

Nick Rosenberger is a reporter for the Redmond Spokesman. Previously, he worked for the East Oregonian and Hermiston Herald and was a freelance writer. Outside of work, you can find him running trails or obsessing about food.

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