LULAC President Visits Bowie, Seeks Scholarship Applicants

Priscilla Meraz and Jessica Chaparo

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The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) sent three representatives to Bowie High School to recruit students to join and form part of the youth council they want to start at Bowie, and look for applicants for their local scholarships. President Mr. Domingo Garcia together with Carlos Aguilar, a county commissioner, and Bowie High School graduate class of 1964 Mr. Peralta met with students to inform them of the organization.

In this council, they want to make a difference by helping students accomplish their goals. LULAC is looking forward to about 31 students to give out scholarships worth $1,000 each. They want to make sure no student ever feels incapable of achieving their goals.

Being the largest latino organization, they want to continue to spread LULAC to other high schools as they have done in Dallas.

Flyers will be created and passed out around the school to let students know when this youth council will be started.