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Spanish Daily Journal
     August 1, 2018      #50-212 sdj
Ashanti Quezasa, 12, smiles as her father, Alex, helps translate medical information to a family at the Back to School Fair on Saturday at Olivet Nazarene University. Not so long ago, the Quezadas themselves reaped the benefits of the charitable event. This year, their main objective was to translat

Father-daughter duo finding ways to give back to

Dúo de padre e hija encontrando formas de retribuir

BOURBONNAIS — Chances are, Alex Quezada never has had a bad day. At least, that’s what you’d think after meeting him. You shake his hand, he flashes a wide grin, his eyes meet yours and his generous spirit starts to rub off.

His demeanor is contagious.

This past Saturday, Quezada and his youngest daughter, Ashanti, volunteered their time as language translators to families in need at the Back to School Fair on the campus of Olivet Nazarene University — 

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Alex Quezada helps two attendees register for a health screening at this past Saturday's Back to School Fair, coordinated by Catholic Charities and presented by Bears Care. The event, which was held at Olivet Nazarene University, helped over 1,000 local children get ready for school.