Recognizing our Community’s Spanish Language HeritageBrooks
As we plan Spanish Camp, we are lucky enough to live in a small community that was a part of Mexico at one time. For this reason we have many old timers whose first language was Spanish. We are inviting several of them to come and talk about their experiences growing up here, and how the community has changed or remained the same. It occured to me that a good number of small towns and cities alike in our country have Spanish language heritage with members of each community that can share this local culture with the children learning Spanish.