Ontario man focuses on diversity

By Pat Caldwell
The Enterprise
ONTARIO – For Gustavo Morales, helping his community isn’t just a nice catch phrase.
It’s a way of life.
His devotion to helping bridging cultures recently earned the 25-year-old Ontario resident an appointment to the Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs. Gov. Kate Brown made the appointment. Morales joined the seven-member board in September. Morales, who is the executive director of Euvalcree, a Latino-based . . .

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