Uncertain future for Latin American Social Club
Dwindling membership at odds over club’s purpose
STERLING – The Latin American Social Club, an institution in Sterling for 60 years, is beset by internal conflicts that threaten its future.
Critics say LASC leaders have strayed far from the club’s mission of helping the Hispanic community and instead have pursued a personal agenda, which has led to a steep decline in membership.
Club Chairman Tony Ortiz says the club has a lot of “complainers” who aren’t willing to do the work needed to make it successful. A lack of help by members was one reason cited for the cancellation of this year’s traditional Sterling-Rock Falls Fiesta Days parade.
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