Spanish Heritage Night
By: Alexandria Ortiz
November 6 Centereach celebrated Spanish culture with its annual Spanish Heritage Night. For the small a price of only three dollars guests were able to try traditional Spanish cuisine after all the presentations. All presentations were spoken in both English and Spanish. The night started off with a short introduction that led into the guest speaker; who was an activist, artist, and professor. She talked about her life, being the first in her family to graduate from college, and how she “followed [her] passions.” Students from Dawnwood and Centereach each performed a dance. The night ended with food, music, and more dancing.