May is here and in the past years people seem to celebrate Cinco de Mayo a lot more than before. Aside the fact that Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence day, but rather celebration of victory of Mexican Army over French in a battle of Puebla, Cinco de Mayo in the United States is turning into a day when Mexican culture is celebrated.
Students ages 10-15 are invited to Noche de Ciencias – Science Night from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, May 4 at Black Hawk College In Moline.
On Monday, April 27th the Davenport Rotary Club held its annual scholarship presentation, awarding $58,500 in scholarships to six incredible high school seniors. The scholarship committee reviewed 54 applications and the following six were chosen to receive scholarships.
Music speaks every language in the world. Music erases borders uniting people. Also, music is one of the best ambassadors in the world. In the United States most of schools have musical bands, but only few offer Mariachi bands to their students. Glenview Middle School of East Moline, IL is one of these schools.