In this year’s 4H Parade, the Youth Service Bureau from the City of Elkhart was represented by these dancers in traditional mexican dresses.


Jamie Melton received the Lulac Scholarship she is here with her proud parents. She will be attending Indiana University in South Bend to study nursing next fall.


Lilly Calderón, Hispanic Liaison distributing information about higher education opportunities. Personal contacts with bilingual representatives help Hispanics in obtaining useful information about higher education.

Shopping For A New Home

By Don Lambert & Iris Cortes • Elkhart Housing Partnership

Before you begin shopping for a new home, you need to assess the current and future needs of you and your family. Experts suggest that the average buyer looks at 15 houses before they decide on the right one. Having a priority checklist available can help you remember important details about each home so that you can narrow the field.


Art Center and the Mexican Consulate requests altar proposals for El Día de Muertos

Indianapolis— The Indianapolis Art Center is in search of artists and community members who want to design and install temporary altars to be exhibited during the Indianapolis Art Center’s El Día de Muertos/The Day of the Dead festival. The altars will be on view at the Art Cente from October 24 to November 9, 2003. The Art Center is located at 820 E. 67th St. in Broad Ripple.


Why is it worth to study at a Community College?

Community Colleges are unique within the educational system in the United States because they bring higher education within reach of millions of people who might not otherwise have a chance to go to college.