Superior Shares and helps

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Once  again Superior comes together to help their community out.  A new organization is forming called Superior Shares to help families in Superior who are experiencing financial hardship due to illness or other tragedy.  

Superior Shares held its first tardeada fundraiser on Sunday at Los Hermanos. For more information on how you can join or how to help out, please contact Soyla “Kiki” Peralta, Rita Wentzel or Ray Ramirez.

Photos by Jessica Castillo.

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