Guadalupe in the News

Guadalupe Center Kids Harness the Power of New Shoes

Sitting next to his friend on a bench in Synderman's Shoes on Monday morning, Matthew Peralaz had childlike envy written all over his face. Sitting next to his friend on a bench in Synderman’s Shoes on Monday morning, Matthew Peralaz had childlike envy written all over his face. “Dude,
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Brent Batten: Information Gap Leaves Educators Guessing

In a perfect world, wouldn't you be able to look at the subset of Immokalee students who've been through the Guadalupe program, or any program for that matter, and see how they do? The soon-to-be third graders in Angelique Viau’s summer learning class sponsored by Immokalee’s Guadalupe Center can tell
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The Art of Being a Child

In each class, the children try their hand at a variety of techniques including painting, drawing, sculpture, and making things out of other things, or recycled art. Their little hands work crayons, chalk, paints and clay, and they amaze themselves with what they create. These sessions offer a wonderful opportunity
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Guadalupe Center Hosts 23rd Annual Buddy Day

It may seem unbelievable to those of us who live in Naples and take a trip to the beach for granted, but many children who live in Immokalee have never seen the Gulf of Mexico. Just 30 miles to the east, it may as well be a world away for hardworking parents
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Guadalupe Supporters Raise $1.3 Million at Gala

On a night just warm enough to bear shoulders, some glistening with sparkly body glitter, some 400 guests filed into the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort to attend, at $500 per ticket, the Guadalupe Center’s seventh annual signature event, “Fire and Ice.” On a night just warm enough to bear shoulders, some
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