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4B Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter 're 0oin to a festive, ,u,, of .. music, dance and www.readingclubfun,co Annimills LLC 2015 V12-39 My grandparents, who came to the" Read,!he c.[ues Learn i-i i e, n i,311, I-i v'i'l' t'l P n ma teach me about thel to Tiii in me hnu I I I 0 l Jr..A, II I I I /ILCI, .S from a a , -- ' n" A.,,,.t __ people and culture there through | n puzzle a ao . ..,-,- . ,., ' . !::, ' E [fllstories, songs and cooking l share h,,, t,, i i i Cal,forn,a., ege c ngl,sh with them all the cool things l learn 14H n , , b "', , , schl here and frm my friends' J , '1 H-4 1. Acelebration of Hispanic " [,l--q I , , , I I I , "'B starts in mid- II I 9 K ecalaDaz I I I I I I l \ September andlastsamonth. [] I r] 8rl III I I I I 13[ ......... 2. The first day is based upon the [ "'"'"gra,ed Day anniversary of five Latin American countries: !1--1 n i '1 I I I I I I I1--1 Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua H I' L--Z--,L---,[- l_J Supreme I11---I 3.The U.S. Hispanic population comes from about 2Ocountriesthat shared LI--I IJ---I cornpa y,1 I , , , II I , a cultural heritage with the once-ruling European country of. II I II I 411 I I I I I I I 4 Almost36% of Hispanic AmericanstotheU S, 3 I1I I I I I op latio I "" " " "" 3 o_ meaning that about 64% were born here. - Congressman I mtheUS makeu about17% of the .. I I I Congressman 5. Today 54 million Hispanic peop e ' ... p L 6. , New York and Texas have the largest Hispanic populations in the U.S. ,.,_ heritage o 11. A successful (and largest) Hispanic-owned based in Miami, Brightstar Corp.,makes cell phones. 12. Founded in 1936, Goya Foods is the largest Hispanic owned company in America. 13. Everyone loves Hispanic dishes! Some of the most popular may f l like school, include beans, rice, beef, chicken and hot or spicy __ ./i baseball and 14. The American experience is one of different peoples and cultures Celebrate I ideo games! our nation's and enjoy everything Hispanic culture offerst to print out our new puzzles: Hispanic Leaders, Grandparents Puzzling Bookmarks, Kids Earning Money @ www.readingclubfun.com...or find us @ Reading Club Fun on Facebook, .j "- My grandfathercame Delicious Dishes! Food in English or Spanish from Cuba and now owns Read the c ........ | 2 lues to Explorers who sailed for the Kings and Queens of this a resmuram Ne liKeS IO learn about 4 dehcmus . " ....... / 111 I I I t " " country claimed the lands they reached by ship and brought COOK many atones mcluamg dishes Then fdl m the ..... aI " " " " the Spanish language. Can you fill in the missing consonants .... some Trom nis nomelane crossword! "o o ......... ' ..... . ". I .. ! ..... t c mple e me nameme country-; one oxme most popumr 3 III I I. I I I I __.. CU ajiaco, a stew made with % sow ' -- -- -- --.,; ---, -,:= .... , ,.:--,- -,- I,,co|in ,,,,,,u .... Here are some popular ingredients in Hispanic cooking. Can umu u.I , luu I'1"--1 ceviche aaas you match the English word to its Spanish name? vege!,aoles...yum, also maKes ae,clousHI II I .... .J fries using yucca, a rootvegetablevegetable 4 " .... IJ,J J JJJI 1R,J , ru,,u ,.thatoan0eusedrnuch'kea0tat" ....... .... ,.'--ooo,, J 1. A dish originating in Mexico. It is a small circle of fried maize 3. Cheese (7-----% 3. Tomate (corn) soaked in lime, then topped with refried beans, cheese, 4. Lettuce . 4. Haba lettuce, onions, salsa and sometimes pork and chicken. 5. Onion . 5. eueso 2. A dish from Spain, uses simmered rice, chicken, chorizo6. Pork 6. Cebolla (Spanish sausage), scallops, shrimp, tomatoes, green 7. Chicken 7. Cal beans and other vegetables and spices. 8. Fish 8. pescado 3. This dish can be found in Mexico, Panama and Peru. It is raw fish, first soaked .-. 9. Cream ) 9. Cerdo in lime juice, oranges, sliced onions and garlic, it is eaten like a dip or a salad, rJ 10. Tomato ( 10. Lechuga 4. This is a Honduran dish. It is a deep fried tortilla, folded over and filled with 11. Lime 11. Arroz refried beans and a special blend of sour cream, salt, and heavy cream. "---> 12. Oranges .J 12. Crema My family came to thq (I'm from Puerto Rico. U.S. from Mexico. l amI II speak in English andI arning English, J Spanish. J Honduras Argentina Costa El Sa lador Mexico R/ca --,6 The native people of these countries already had their ,, own languages, but Spanish was used too, so they "lombia often blended Spanish and their own language together Today, there are many different dialects of Spanish spoken by people who have come to live in the United States: South American Spanish, 5. _ U A Caribbean Spanish and North American Spanish, just to name a few. 6. O yL ng yC Man a uages From Man ountries o Fill in the blanks with the missing consonants to spell the names u) of countries that some of our Hispanic population has come from: 1. E I O 7. I A A UA 2. E I E 8. A A A 3.0 A I A 9.A E I A O 4. L A A O 10. I E E A A 11. 0 0 IA U_A__ 12. E UA_O_ z This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by: 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 @ ..qesus loves you! Quiet Commitment Like Ruth of the Old Testament, women of steadfast loyalty For her own part, Mrs. Graham's quiet commitment to her and faith have been key to America's strength. One such God and to her family reflected the determination of her woman was Ruth Bell Graham, wife of America's beloved biblical namesake to follow the God of Israel. Mrs. Graham twentieth-century spiritual leader Dr. Billy Graham. once explained, "1 must faithfully, patiently, lovingly, and: Throughout their life together, Dr. Graham often emphasized happily do my part - then quietly wait for God to do His." how vital his wife was to his own success, noting that "my That same faithfulness was what led the widowed and work through the years would have been impossible without desolate Ruth of the Bible to become the wife of Bonz and o her encouragement and support." member of the line of Jesus Christ.