A Night of Laughter and Music with a Great Purpose

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On February 14th, The McDonald’s Hispanic Owner-Operators Association (MHOA) along with Mike Oquendo Events and Sylvia Hevia Productions came together to form a great combination of love, laughter and music at the I’m No Romeo comedy show with comedian, Elizardi Castro and Sony Recording Artist, Johnny Rivera in support of RMHC/HACER Scholarship Program. The purpose of this program is to increase the number of scholarships at the local level to benefit Hispanic students. The HACER Scholarships will help young Hispanics with financial needs that have demonstrated their academic and leadership abilities as well as their sincere wish to serve their community. Castro’s I’m No Romeo comedy show explored the different stages of relationships in an effort to seek truth and find the love he’s been looking for. Castro’s animated and cultivating comedic style had everyone roaring in their seats. Johnny Rivera brought the crowd to its feet with his salsa rhythms. Together, Castro and Rivera delivered an unforgettable night.

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