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Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Montero among honorees

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White will host the office’s annual National Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing the historic contributions of political and community leaders as well as sports figures.

White will honor Chicago Federation of Labor President Jorge Ramirez, , the honorable Illinois State Representative Linda Chapa La Via and Chicago Cubs baseball player Miguel Montero.

The event will be held Wednesday, October 14th, noon to 1 p.m., at the James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph St., Concourse Level

The event will feature performances including a Mariachi band, Hispanic vocalists and a Mexican folk dance performance.

National Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15th through October 15th – a time when the accomplishments and contributions of the Hispanic community are recognized across the country.

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