Group plans Hispanic Heritage Month

13 Jul

Members of Denton’s League of United Latin American Citizens spent Tuesday morning tinkering with plans for Hispanic Heritage Month at the Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum.

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Cinco de Mayo & Muzquiz Heritage in Denton

14 May

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Cinco de Mayo celebrates diversity
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Heritage intact for Cinco de Mayo

Denton County Hispanics have a rich heritage that predominately originates from the area of Melchor Muzquiz, a beautiful and traditional mining city located 130 km north of Monclova in the State of Coahuila, Mexico; is surrounded by spectacular mountain landscapes.

The Kikapu Indians are important in the history of Muzquiz. They settled in Coahuila in 1850 as border guardians in exchange for the land where they now live near Muzquiz, in a place known as “Nacimiento”. They make leather items, beadwork, and laminated metal products.

Read more HERE.

Group plans Hispanic Heritage Month

13 Jul

Members of Denton’s League of United Latin American Citizens spent Tuesday morning tinkering with plans for Hispanic Heritage Month at the Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum.

READ MORE

Cinco de Mayo & Muzquiz Heritage in Denton

14 May

DRC_CINCOPARADE2_43671563

Cinco de Mayo celebrates diversity
DRC_CINCODEMAYO_2_37431803

Heritage intact for Cinco de Mayo

Denton County Hispanics have a rich heritage that predominately originates from the area of Melchor Muzquiz, a beautiful and traditional mining city located 130 km north of Monclova in the State of Coahuila, Mexico; is surrounded by spectacular mountain landscapes.

The Kikapu Indians are important in the history of Muzquiz. They settled in Coahuila in 1850 as border guardians in exchange for the land where they now live near Muzquiz, in a place known as “Nacimiento”. They make leather items, beadwork, and laminated metal products.

Read more HERE.

In Gratitude

7 Apr

Thank you so much for your presence, contribution, and continued support. It meant a lot to me that you were there. I hope I have made you proud.
Here is the web address for the article on Copa Familia in the Denton Record Chronicle.
I am proud to serve Familia, Escuela, y Comunidad in Denton, TX.

Con Gusto,
Chris Ice
Denton GOAL Coach

 http://www.dentonrc.com/local-news/local-news-headlines/20150328-shared-goal.ece

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24 Mar

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Former TWU professor digs deep into history of battle for freedom

2 Mar

pheinkel-wolfe@dentonrc.com
Published: 01 March 2015 10:03 PM

If you’re as smart as a Texas fourth-grader, you know about Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and William Barret Travis. They died at the Alamo fighting for Texas’ freedom from Mexico.

But on this 179th anniversary of Texas’ declaration of independence from Mexico, you might have to be a little smarter to know about the eight native Texans who also died during that battle.

Ramiro Valdez likely knows more about the battle at the Alamo than a lot of Texans do. The retired Texas Woman’s University professor says he has read just about everything he can get his hands on, both in English and Spanish. Read more

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