Girl Report | Hispanic Heritage and Its Beautiful Traditions

Yasmine M.  Girl Reporter Every year, September 15 begins Hispanic Heritage Month, a time where the many influences of the Hispanic culture is celebrated. According to the US Census, as of July 2014 roughly 14.99 million Latinos live in California alone. So many people living with similar cultural backgrounds, makes learning about the culture even more important. On Wednesday October 4, the Highland Sam J. … Continue reading Girl Report | Hispanic Heritage and Its Beautiful Traditions

Girl Report | Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

Nesha S.  Girl Reporter Last Saturday morning, on October 21st, Girl Scouts of all ages gathered at the High Desert Girl Scout office in Victorville for the Day of the Dead Cultural Celebration.   Like all the other Scouts there, I had so much fun making beautiful decorative crafts and learning about the traditional Mexican holiday, which is both very touching, yet festive and joyous.  The … Continue reading Girl Report | Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)