The English as a Second Language instructors at Pierce College Puyallup struck once again on March 4.
This time, it was their annual Pierce Puyallup Health and Community Resource Fair.
The instructors’ goal was to introduce ESL students to some of the social, financial, health and academic resources available to them both on campus and in the community.
Exhibits ranged from the Puyallup Police Department to the Puyallup libraries and from the Deaf community to the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service.
An outpouring of students and their families were greeted by their instructors. The event featured popcorn, carnival games and potentially life-changing information.
Pierce Puyallup President Marty Cavalluzzi and Lori Griffin, dean of transitional education, mingled with the students as well.
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