Serving up a tasty fish fry, Laura Langemo checks out the Italian Community Center

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MILWAUKEE -- The Italian Community Center in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward hosts one of the biggest Friday fish fries you'll ever see. That's exactly why Laura Langemo went to check it out on Friday, March 25th.

About the Italian Community Center (from website)

The Italian Community Center (ICC) of Milwaukee is an ethnic organization that was founded in 1978 to celebrate the heritage and culture of Wisconsin’s Italian American community.  The most visible example of that is a four-day summer festival known as Festa Italiana that features food, entertainment and cultural exhibits that highlight the Italian experience.  The ICC strides to promote ethnic understanding and racial equality and, in its 60,000 square foot facility, has been a catalyst for renewal and rebirth of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward.  The ICC is open to all people, regardless of race, creed or religion.

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