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Enrique Castillo, Actor/Writer/Director of “Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor”
Latin Heat Entertainment Memorial Day Performance of “Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor”
Podcast on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 5:30 pm PST
Mr. Castillo is an accomplished actor/writer/director, Enrique began his career with Luis Valdez’s Teatro Campesino in 1969.
In 1978 Enrique made the move to Hollywood and was cast in the hit play Zoot Suit, created and directed by Luis Valdez. Since then he has appeared in over 50 television shows and feature films.
Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor pays homage to the countless Latinos who have fought and died in America’s defense highlighting the stories of four American heroes.
The full-length production highlights the stories of 4 American heroes and the Memorial Day performances focus on one story, the one of Eugene Arnold Obregon.
In commemoration of American veterans on Memorial Day, Latin Heat Entertainment will present Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor, a theatrical tribute written & directed by actor/writer Enrique Castillo.
Memorial Day, May 25, 2015 at Plaza de la Raza in Lincoln Heights (Los Angeles).
For information contact Bel Hernandez at: email@example.com
This morning we have a couple of returning guests - Sherry Kramer of Continental Development and El Segundo Police Chief Mitch Tavera.
Sherry Kramer is actively involved in several area Chambers of Commerce including El Segundo, Torrance, Palos Verdes Peninsula and Manhattan Beach. She has been Chairwoman of the Torrance, El Segundo and Manhattan Beach Chambers of Commerce. Her areas of focus include Legislative, Economic Development and Education Committees. Additionally, Sherry is involved in numerous philanthropic organizations, ones close to her heart include serving on the boards of Torrance Memorial Medical Center, The South Bay Police & Fire Memorial Foundation,
Chief Mitch Tavera is a life-long south bay resident. He began his career with the El Segundo Police Department in 1978 as a Police Cadet while attending college. He attended the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy in 1979 and since then has been promoted from Police Officer to Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain and, as of April 7, 2010, to Chief of Police. During the past thirty plus years, Chief Tavera has had several assignments; these include Criminal Investigator, WESTNET and LAIMPACT Team Leader, US Customs liaison, SWAT Team member, leader and Commander, Patrol and Detective Commander, and Captain over both the Administrative and Field Operations Bureaus. As Chief he has overseen the department for the past five years during which time several programs have been instituted to impact crime and protect the El Segundo community.
This morning, our guests will tell us all about the annual South Bay Medal of Valor Awards & Luncheon which will be held on Wednesday, May 20 at the Torrance Marriot Hotel.
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