This group of Hispanic young people were passing information out pertaining to not smoking in Fort Wayne. They call themselves the S.W.A.T. team. Their names from left to right: back row-Mariano Hernandez, Gissela Soto; front row-Jorge Franco-Coordinator, Gabriel Zamora and Gabriel Leyva. The young person kneeling in front of them with the sign is Andres Salaman..

( Photo: Tito Guedea)


bottom row, left to right: Lucas Hoyos, Mario Garcia, Jose Ovispo, Gilberto Jimenez

top row left to right: Erika Munoz, Noemi Morales, Gloria Schettino, Maria Rodriguez

JAMPR.COM LAUNCHES BEAUTIFUL CD OF PUERTO RICO’S NATURAL SOUNDS ‘EL HERMOSO CANTAR DEL COQUI’

San Juan, Puerto Rico—JAMPR.COM is delighted to announce the launch of the beautiful Puerto Rico natural sounds Audio CD “El Hermoso Cantar Del Coquí” produced by well-known Puerto Rican music producer Freddie Mendez.

“El Hermoso Cantar Del Coquí” is a totally different concept. The CD is perfect background music to meditate, reflect, rest and remember.

It’s the perfect gift for any occasion,” said Mendez. “With this production anyone can enjoy the sweetest sounds produced by Puerto Rico nights.”

The CD features more than an hour of continuous background natural sounds and listeners will enjoy (5) different species of Coquí frogs singing on a rainy night. Listeners will hear the sound of wind, rain, soft and distant thunder and lightening, and many other insects and species that also sing at night in Puerto Rico. All this sounds were recorded professionally in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico fields with high fidelity audio quality.

State Representative John Aguliera, Chair of the Legislative Commission Hispanic/Latino Affairs invited Indiana students to Hispanic Student Outreach Days on April 8-9.

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THIS IS THE TIME TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITIES!

Sallie Mae Fund Launches Unmet Need Scholarship Program as Part of Project Access Initiative

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Hispanos Unidos night....

Saludos,

It gives me great pleasure to inform you that Pedro Witte and Hispanos

Unidos won two awards from the 2003 Student Achievement Celebration!!!!

(Like the Oscars for IPFW students and their organizations)

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Fresh Tomatoes Tonight? Good For You!

(NAPSA)-When you realize how good tomatoes are for you, you’ll enjoy their good flavor even more. Florida tomatoes are in season right now, and they’re loaded with lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that helps keep us healthy! You get the full benefits of lycopene in Fish Fillets with Fresh Tomato Sauce, a colorful dish that is low in fat and very easy to make.

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NOBLE COUNTY COALITION LANDS AFTER SCHOOL GRANT

ALBION, IN—LEAP of Noble County Inc., the Literacy Empowering and Advocating Project, and a coalition of community based organizations recently received a $400,000 grant from the Indiana Department of Education to launch New DAWN, an after school and out of school learning program for elementary school students and their families in the West Noble School Corporation.

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