Josie de Medellin and her sister, both from Brazil attended the Ethic Fair. Josie became very popular in the community since her participation as ‘vendor’ in the last Latinamerican ‘Plaza’ two years ago.


Cynthia Murphy Warlow and Regina Shand Stolfuz, from Goshen College at the Ethnic Fair.

CORN & BEANS

When campesinos (Mexican family farmers) take their native white corn to market they are told: “We can’t take your corn because we already have yellow American corn that is much cheaper.” When they can’t sell corn, some producers begin to grow other crops. The Mexican government suggested to farmers in Northern Chihuahua that they grow high quality, long fiber cotton.

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Study Shows Hispanic Youth Overexposed to Alcohol Ads

INDIANAPOLIS ­ The Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking and the Indiana Latino Institute (ICRUD will release results of the “Hispanic Youth Access to Alcohol”; Youth Exposure to Alcohol Advertising” survey as part of the recognition of the Cinco De Mayo holiday.today.

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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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