Stratford Library celebrates Hispanic Heritage

The Stratford Library Teen Department recently hosted its annual Hispanic Heritage Essay and Art Contest Celebration awarding winners from a total of 236 submissions from students in grades 6-8 in Stratford public and private schools. Winning students were from Franklin and Nichols Elementary, Wooster and Franklin Middle Schools and St. James School.

The celebration was held at the Square One Theare Company (Scottish Rite Building) where the following winners were honored: Jenna Garcia, Miranda Hasani, Carly Zajac, Facundo Mateo, Cullen Roper, Madison Bartram, Ricardo Molina, Isabella Gaydos, Kelly Londa, Nnenna Ugenyi, Jamie Escalanete, Alex Zabaneh, Kaitlyn Madigan, Leah Karlan, Jose Torres, Keif Nino Pastorite, Emma Parkes, Samantha Laste, Annie McNeil, Andrew Peeler and Kaylie Broadhurst.

Winners of the Stratford Library’s annual Hispanice Heritage Essay & Art Contest with their teachers.

Winners of the Stratford Library’s annual Hispanice Heritage Essay & Art Contest with their teachers.

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  • George Mulligan

    My favorite terrible movie is “EVIL ROY SLADE.” It stars John Astin who was Gomez Adams of the TV Adams family. It might hold a world record for B A D PUNS, which only the “AIRPLANE” movies might match?

    One of the lines was about an ORANGEMAN parade, which I’ve never seen. We are
    a country of diversity, and yet there are some groups that don’t openly celebrate their Heritage, which I think is a shame.

    Let the Old World enmity, be basis for New World tolerance, respect, and fellowship.

    Let the Old World abuses, be cause for New World tolerance, respect, and fellowship.

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