By Ben Norfolk Posted September 24, 2009
On September 16 the Hispanic Organization hosted a lunch for its members and for the Lowry staff.
The students were celebrating Mexican Independence Day.
“We do this every year and it’s so the kids can kind of get to know their teachers and enjoy good food,” said the president of the organization Anna Magana. “It’s just kids here from the high school and just the teachers that go here. We also have parents coming in this year.”
Students and their families made the food that was eaten. Some of these foods were enchiladas, quesadillas, and tamales. There was also a variety of deserts.
Magana was happy with the crowd in attendance.