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ALAMOSA (October 19) – The Adams State University Co-Curricular Recreation and Engaement Office (CoRE) Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement (CASA) Center exposed Alamosa Elementary first-grade students to a variety of activities highlighting Hispanic Heritage and science on October 16.Students from CoRE CASA introduced the AES students to tortilla making, weaving, making horno smachos (s’more nachos) and Día de los Muertos altar history. The elementary students also toured the on-sight sheepherder’s trailer and participated in a hands-on liquid nitrogen ice cream making activity with the Adams Atoms (chemistry club) students.
CUTLINE: Photo by Linda Relyea Alamosa elementary students visit the Nielsen Library to view Día de los Muertos altars on October 16. The event was organized by Adams State CoRE CASA.