Senter Park Recreation Center Saturday May 05, 2018
901 S. Senter Rd. Irving, TX 75060
Rick Stopfer Mayor
May 5, 2018 Welcome to the City of Irving! The Cinco de Mayo Multicultural Festival is a wonderful opportunity to highlight and celebrate Irvingâ€™s diverse community. The event is significant because it brings people of all backgrounds together to promote health, family and fellowship. It also is a valuable asset to the community through its support of literacy and scholarship programs for the next generation of decision makers. This year, we honor and congratulate Debes Creer en Ti (DCET), the nonprofit organization that hosts the multicultural event. Thank you DCET for serving and imprinting a lasting impact on the Irving community for 30 years. Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Rick Stopfer Mayor
ÂĄFeliz Cinco de Mayo a la comunidad de Irving! On behalf of the City of Irving, it is my pleasure to welcome all participants, sponsors and visitors to the 2018 Cinco de Mayo Multicultural Festival. Every year, this festival brings together residents from across the Dallas-Forth Worth to celebrate diversity as well as gain awareness of the culture and history within the Irving community. As a multicultural city, itâ€™s important that we honor the history and heritage represented from all residents who call our great city home.
Thank you to the event organizers who devote their time and energy in making this event a success. And thank you to the organizers for creating an event that unites people of different backgrounds and interests that helps build upon our community spirit. Best wishes for a Happy Cinco de Mayo! Sincerely,
Chris Hillman Irving City Manager
City of Irving WAYS TO STAY INFORMED
Cinco de Mayo Multicultural Festival Mission To celebrate diversity and gain a greater awareness of the cultural and historical treasures within our city of Irving while making our Festival enjoyable through education and information, as well as bringing music, dance and food. To support DCET Literacy programs and education by providing scholarships to deserving Irving, TX high school senior students reaching college. As the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Irving, it is my pleasure to celebrate this department’s continued participation in the 2018 Cinco de Mayo Multicultural Festival. This year’s celebration marks 30 years of collaboration between Irving’s Parks and Recreation Department and DCET. I am proud to celebrate so many years of bringing CINCO DE MAYO Multicultural Festival to Irving. CINCO DE MAYO not only is a recreational program that benefits literacy and future college graduates, but it's a festival that attracts visitors and businesses from all over the Dallas Fort Worth area. Bringing our communities together by offering health and wellness programs and Educational initiatives remains us of the purpose of being instrumental in extending education beyond its limits. Cultural diversity is what our Multicultural festival is proud of. I hope you Ray Cerda, City of Irving, Director of Parks and Recreation, CINCO DE MAYO
Well, dearest Literacy Partners, we reached our 30th CINCO DE MAYO celebration! The Multiculturalism of our Health/Education/Job Fair is truly unique! ALL of you are contributing to EDUCATION and benefiting four students going to college. So glad you can business network with so many people today! We are so honored to welcome China and Africa this year, along with Argentina, Peru, and Colombia as our honor guests. We ask you all vendors and health educators, volunteers and staff of DCET and the City of Irving to please support our Food Vendors and enjoy the wonderful outdoor entertainment and activities this year. We keep on growing every year thanks to your support. Don’t forget that while putting together Health, Education and Job opportunities in one day, you are contributing for DCET to stay alive bringing our free ESL, GED, Citizenship, Computer classes and Elementary and Jr. High classes in Spanish at DCET/La Escuelita (the small school). God Bless you! Elvia Wallace Martinez, CFRE DCET Founding Director and CINCO DE MAYO Producer
We are thankful for those giving their volunteer time to work all this 30 years for the CINCO DE MAYO Multicultural Festival - City of Irving Parks and Recreations James Smith
Alfredo Cabrera Magda Carbajal
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Irving’s Dignitaries Salute Cinco de Mayo Congratulations to DCET on celebrating 30 years of great service to the citizens of Irving! Your literacy programs continue to be invaluable in educating our future leaders. Preparing Irving’s future workforce remains a top priority for our Chamber and we commend DCET on doing your part – above and beyond! We are proud to partner with such an outstanding leader as Elvia Wallace-Martinez in producing the Cinco De Mayo Multicultural Festival and Health/Education Fair. This event embraces our community’s rich cultural diversity in which I take great pride in celebrating. Best wishes for a Happy CINCO DE MAYO! Beth Bowman,
President and Chief Executive Officer, Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
The Irving Police Department welcomes the years of celebrating CINCO DE MAYO in Irving. This wonderful community celebration is a tribute to the great historical event of our country which consists of many people from many nations sharing cultures. Latinos form an important part of our culture and are the fastest growing population in the United States and are an important part of our history and our society. As an example, many Latinos are serving our country today just as their ancestors fought for freedom in Mexico. This observance of the CINCO DE MAYO is an excellent opportunity to celebrate Hispanic culture, and to commit ourselves to a bright future.
City of Irving Police Chief Jeff Spivey
Irving ISD salutes DCET and is proud to support the Cinco de Mayo celebration. In Irving ISD, we fully embrace DCET’s motto of “Believe in Yourself.” As educators, we know that our students will thrive when they have confidence and a strong support system of people who believe in them as well. We also know that when our students thrive, our entire community will flourish. The diverse talents and diverse heritage represented in Irving make our public schools an ideal place to learn and grow. With more than 35,000 students representing nearly 100 nations—including several Latino countries—Irving ISD is honored to partner with DCET.
Jose L. Parra, Ed. D. - Superintendent Irving Independent School Board
The Irving Hispanic Chamber of Commerce congratulates DCET and the City of Irving on another CINCO DE MAYO event, that is sure to be another huge success. With the Hispanic population in Irving so large, this festival is most appropriate and the support of this community is very welcomed. Thanks for observing this important date, once again, and for continuing to support this population. FELICIDADES on your 30th Anniversary in offering this Multicultural Festival to our DFW communities! Mary Ann Kellam President, Irving Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 7
Thank you to our Sponsors and Organizers
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CINCO DE MAYO Scholarship Recipients 2018
DCET students working to be Mountain View College graduates DCET is very proud to present four scholarships for these outstanding students who are investing in their education. We know that education is the key to success because it opens doors for people of all backgrounds, and it expands the human mind with knowledge. The vast amount of knowledge gained through education prepares individuals to solve problems, teach others, function at a higher level and implement transformational ideas. Without education, oneâ€™s chances for securing a good job and ascending to a higher economic and social status are often limited.
Why do we celebrate CINCO DE MAYO in the United States?
A Mexican army of teenagers defeated a powerful French army at Puebla, Mexico on May 5, 1862, and in doing so, helped preserve the Union (United States) during the American Civil War. How could this be if the battle took place in México and the American Civil War was in the Zaragoza Unites States?
Mr. Lincoln’s navy, however blockaded the South in the Gulf of Mexico. To reach the war zone in the United States, Napoleon III had to find another passage so Mexico became the alternate route. Napoleon III refused to honor Mexico’s request for more time and used the money issue as an excuse to invade it with military power and to eventually proceed to the United States. Here is where the Mexican Army helped preserve the Union. On its way to Mexico City, on may 5, 1862, a French Army was met at Puebla by a Mexican Army which soundly defeated it. The victory united Juarez’s forces against France. Although France was stronger and managed to control Mexico until 1867, the Mexican Army kept them busy all the American Civil War-years, and it was never able to get involved in the conflict on the side of the South. During this time, the decisive battles of the American Civil War were fought, and the North won, thus reuniting the United States. The relationship between Mexico and the USA began to improve, especially after the United States sent troops to Mexico after the Civil War, to help defeat the French. The Battle of Puebla changed the course of our history, and through the years it has signified cooperation, patriotism, and a shared sense of pride between the two countries. A fellow Texas and native of Goliad, Texas, General Ignacio Zaragoza, was the leader and hero of this historical event. Incidentally, The Monroe Doctrine was defended at Puebla for the first time since President James Monroe wrote it in 1823. Every year, some folks inquire as to why a Mexican Holiday such as EL CINCO DE MAYO is celebrated and commemorated in our Country… You decide… James Monroe wrote it in 1823.
After being a Spanish colony for over 300 y ears, México became independent in 1821. For the next forty years, it experienced many internal revolts, was invaded by foreign countries (primarily the United States) resulting in the loss of a third of its territory, all of which went to the United States. Today, that territory has names like: Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas Utah, and Wyoming. Due to the Texas Revolution of 1836, in which Mexico lost part of Texas, compounded with the events above, Mexico’s distrust of the United States made relationship between the countries very difficult. However, something coincidental happened in 1861. Abraham Lincoln became the president of the United States where he was confronted with a civil war while in Mexico, Benito Juarez also became president, where his civil war had just ended, and his country was bankrupt. Mr. Juarez decided to stop payments on foreign debts, and asked some countries for more time. France, under the leadership of Napoleon III decided to get involved in the American Civil war on the side of the South.
Every year, some folks inquire as to why a Mexican Holiday such as EL CINCO DE Abraham MAYO is celebrated and 10
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ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) GED (General Equivalency Diploma) Citizenship classes Computer literacy in Spanish and English Information and referrals Primary, Secondary and Bachillerato Curricula in Spanish through DCET’ s “Plaza Comunitaria” (Community Plaza) Workforce Skills Preparation FAMA (Fine Arts Youth Mentoring Program) YIC (Youth in College) Leadership/Mentoring, College Prep, Community Volunteer Service VALFAM Parenting Skills Workshops (Family values/virtues
Hours of Operation 12pm - 6pm - every day To enroll Monday-Wednesday 2-4pm Fees: $60 annual donation (tax deductible) Client will Need: Proof of income, proof of residency, photo ID DCET
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DCET Success Stories Las Historias de Exito de DCET ”I am very grateful to have started my computer classes at DCET/La Escuelita! 15 years ago I was sad, de-
pressed with a falling apart marriage. When I attended the DCET/Debes Creer en ti Parenting Skills workshops I learned that the most important think that should matter in my life was to strive for ones betterment. My English was not there yet, nor my confidence about believing in myself. DCET through the years have rescued my life. As a volunteer now and helping and assisting the administration, I feel so different, more secure in who I am. Before I came here, I didn’t have the confidence in me learning again, I had the feeling that I was not smart enough to reach the high goals that I am reaching through Literacy. I have realized that my development; has impacted my life by increasing my education. Now I can speak and understand more English and can communicate with my granddaughter and help her with her homework. Thank you DCET for believing in me. I am ready for my citizenship test!”
Magda Carbajal ESL, Computer Literacy student who attended VALFAM Parenting Skills Workshops about Family values and virtues “My name is Blanca Laguna and I thank La Escuelita of DCET in Irving, Texas for the great opportunity it gives to the immigrants that come to the US from other countries. My experience with this great family was that while my daughter Alicia enjoyed, learning about her culture, she performed, 6 years dancing on stage, ballet folklorico with the DCET’s FAMA Mentoring group, I was also taking at the same time, my ESL (English as a Second Language) classes, Computer Literacy classes, and in 2006 I was able to obtain my GED Diploma. I was proud to give back to DCET by volunteering. Thanks to these new skills I feel more self-confident and stronger to be able to be an independent and professional person. Thanks to DCET, I had the tools to support my husband, Antonio Laguna, with his Mariachi group and together we are building up La Academia Infantíl of Mariachi (The children’s Mariachi Academy) music in Fort Worth where we help youth and children be mariachi musicians who learn about their traditions and culture as well.
Blanca Laguna - ESL, Computer Literacy, GED and Leadership student who volunteered for DCET “I don’t have words to thank God for what I have learned at DCET /La Escuelita. I started my Literacy courses back in 2011 and I was able to graduate from elementary and Jr. High Schoolin Spanish which helped me to study English. This allowed me to pass my Citizenship test. At work, my bosses were so glad I could communicate with them in English. I can read road signs, fill an application, and understand when other people talk and not use translators to communicate my thoughts. I am not totally fluent in English but I can express my thought and English speaking people can understand me. Going through five Literacy courses at DCET have been instrumental in my person to feel encouraged, motivated and important. I was named at the last graduation Reception in August of 2017: “The Brilliant Star of DCET” and I cannot express to you my happiness! Now to finish my computer courses to be able to receive my Diploma in August of 2018! I am extremely happy with my advancement thanks to DCET/Believe in Yourself, not only I am learning so much, but I became a US Citizen!
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Congratulates the 30th Multicultural Festival in Irving! 1418 North Story Rd Irving, TX
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Our Educational Partners play an important role in the future of Irving
DCET/La Escuelita is the Irving Plaza Comunitaria
DCET is a PLAZA COMUNITARIA (Community Plaza) This is a
SIEMPRE NECESITAMOS VOLUNTARIOS PARA ENSEÃ‘AR PRIMARIA Y SECUNDARIA Call us 214-587-1983
United States of America and Mexico National Anthems
I Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light. What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars thru the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? II On the shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep, Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep, As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam, In full glory reflected now shines in the stream: 'Tis the star-spangled banner! Oh long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave! III And where is that band who so vauntingly swore That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion, A home and a country should leave us no more! Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pollution. No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave: And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
Coro Mexicanos, al grito de guerra El acero aprestad y el bridón, Y retiemble en sus centros la tierra Al sonoro rugir del cañón. Estrofas I Ciña ¡Oh Patria! tus sienes de oliva de la paz el arcángel divino, que en el cielo tu eterno destino por el dedo de Dios se escribió. Mas si osare un extraño enemigo profanar con su planta tu suelo, piensa ¡Oh Patria querida! que el cielo un soldado en cada hijo te dio. II ¡Guerra, guerra sin tregua al que intente de la patria manchar los blasones! ¡guerra, guerra! los patrios pendones en las olas de sangre empapad. ¡Guerra, guerra! en el monte, en el valle, los cañones horrísonos truenen y los ecos sonoros resuenen con las voces de ¡Unión! ¡Libertad! III Antes, Patria, que inermes tus hijos bajo el yugo su cuello dobleguen, tus campiñas con sangre se rieguen, sobre sangre se estampe su pie. Y tus templos, palacios y torres se derrumben con hórrido estruendo, y sus ruinas existan diciendo: de mil héroes la patria aquí fue. IV ¡Patria! ¡Patria! tus hijos te juran exhalar en tus aras su aliento, si el clarín con su bélico acento los convoca a lidiar con valor. ¡Para ti las guirnaldas de oliva; ¡un recuerdo para ellos de gloria! ¡un laurel para ti de victoria; ¡un sepulcro para ellos de honor!
We Appreciate the support from our Literacy Partners: Sponsors & Advertisers
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Our Entertainers performing in Pro of Education
We Appreciate the support from our Sponsors and Advertisers
Otto Gonzalez CEO at NatLa Global and DCET Marketing Director
Claudia de la Fuente Host of TV program "Boka en Boka" Presenter of different radio segments & Sec. of the board of directors of Excelencia Empresarial Hispana 26
Our Sponsors and Advertisers Appreciate Your Business
The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber
Is a proud sponsor of the 30th Annual Cinco de Mayo Multicultural Festival and Health Fair
We Salute the 30 years of â€œCinco de Mayoâ€? in Irving, TX
IHCC is a proud of the 30th CINCO de Mayo Multicultural Festival More information call: 972-721-2200 http://irvinghcc.com/ 135 S. Jefferson St. Irving, TX 76060 * 28
Saluting volunteers who started CINCO DE MAYO Multicultural Festival in Irving, TX 30 years ago! Cruz Dominguez
Manuel A. Martinez
Platon Lerma Manny Benavides
Frank Arras Pat Cook
30 years ago today! 29
05th day of May, 2018
30th 05th day of May, 2018
DR. ELBA GARCIA, DALLAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER Salutes 2018 CINCO DE MAYO Multicultural Festival
Congratulations to DCET/Debes Creer En Ti for hosting their 30th CINCO DE MAYO Multicultural Festival and Educational/Health Fair in Irving, TX
Felicidades a DCET/Debes Creer En Ti por presentar su 30avo Festival Multicultural y feria de educacion y Salud celebrando el CINCO DE MAYO en Irving, TX
I would like to thank DCET, for bringing programs like this. DCET serves a vital role in Dallas County for Latino families to overcome the different obstacles to build strong families with values. I also want to give my thanks to all the attendees and volunteers or your participation and commitment to this Literacy parnership
Quiero dar las gracias a DCET, por educar a nuestros jóvenes y a sus familias y ofrecer este tipo de programas para la comunidad.
- Dr. Elba Garcia
DCET sirve como un factor vital para que las familias Latinas del Condado de Dallas puedan combatir los diferentes obstáculos para formar familias educadas fuertes con valores. También le quiero dar las gracias a todos los participantes y voluntarios por su compromiso de participar ayudando a la educacion. - Dra. Elba Garcia
Dr. Elba Garcia 411 Elm Street, 2nd Floor Dallas, Texas 75202 (214) 653-6670 - Office
CINCO DE MAYO Welcomes our Platinum Educational and Health Literacy Partners
We are thankful to our Sponsors such as DART becoming a DCET Literacy Partner
“La Escuelita” of DCET presents (YIC) Youth in College Leadership program is a Prep-College program which pro-
vides youth with opportunities that allow them to participate in positive activities, set goals, experience academic success, and plan for their future.
"Every dream precedes a goal" This Prep-College program of DCET is a year-round program that addresses the academic needs of youth enrolled in middle and high school that are seeking additional support in achieving their goals and maximizing their success. Internships Benefits
CINCO DE MAYO Scholarships Leadership workshops Community Service Hours Hands-on Training Referrals to: www.InRoads.org IME Scholarships Refurbished computers Internship requirements
Training Programs and Volunteer Tasks Educational
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Enrolling new students
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Nos es un gusto felicitar al 30avo Aniversario del CINCO DE MAYO en Irving! 682-203-4694-
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Saturday, May 05, 2018 1:00pm
Edna Tijerina, Miss Texas Latina Texas, Texas State Director 2012 Queen 2013 Queen
Thank you to our Sponsors & Contributors
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Certified ZUMBA Instructors presented by Coordinator and Chair of the ZUMBA Master Fitness Class Mayte Mendoza Aida Ponce
Laurie Leal Representing Irving
Claudia Zumba Zin Nieto
Luis Alvarez - Representing Balch Springs
Evelyn Saenz - Representing Carrolton
Maggie CSL - Representing Mesquite
Israel Fresnillo - Representing
Mona Rodriguez Representing Farmers Branch
Jessy ZinZumba - Representing Richardson
Rosa Ibarra - Rowlett
Karen Lopez - Representing Irving
Sonia Puga - Representing Carrolton
11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:30p.m. LITTLE MISS CINCO BEAUTY PAGEANT, Presented by Mentor 2:00 p.m. 2:20 p.m. Conte de Loyo Spain Flamenco Dancers 2:25 p.m. 2:55 p.m. Ceremonia de la Cruz - Presented by FAMA Artistic Director, Josie Avila Accompanied by Mariachi Estampas de Mexico de Dallas and,
Margarita La Ranchera, Sofia Hurtado, Oscar Javier Galvan,
3:00 p.m. 3:10 p.m. Rossy Gutierrez, romantic singer, Banda with Music track 3:15 p.m. 3:35 p.m. Ballet Folklorico Ben-Hipsh Dance Studio 3:40 p.m. 3:55 p.m. Pies de Oro Peruvian Dancers 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Mauricio Carrera Show - Mini workhop 4:35 p.m. 4:55 p.m. David Herrera Show 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Dance Contest - Judges Carrera and Herrera 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Ruth Juliette â€œTribute to Celia Cruzâ€? Fitness Activities by Gladiador Volley Ball Tournament - Cheerleaders The Pirates for Kids - Bouncing Houses Car Show by House of Jamz, - and
10:15 - 10:20 am.
Welcome & Introduction of Organizers Claudia de la Fuente Host of TV program "Boka en Boka" Ray Cerda, Director of Parks and Recreations, City of Irving
10:25am - 10:35am
USA Anthem by: A+ Choir by Mark Rendon and
10:55am - 11:10am
Proclamation by City of Irving By, Rick Stopfer, Mayor of the City of Irving introducing Mexican Consulate and other Dignitaries & Major sponsors and volunteers of CINCO Festival
11:20am - 12:20am
Special Dances and National Anthems by Mexico - Ballet Folklorico Huehuecoyotl directed by: Carlos Rodriguez USA National Anthem by Mark Rendonâ€™s A+Academy Show Choir Argentina - Raices Argentinas DFW directed by: Alejandra Gomez Africa - HONORED GUEST of 30th CINCO DE MAYO Festival China - HONORED GUEST of 30th CINCO DE MAYO Festival
12:30pm - 1:00 p.m.
Conte de Loyo - Flamenco Dancing
1:05pm - 2:00 pm
Josie Avila presenting FAMA (Fine Arts Mentoring Amigos ) IISD school students
2:05pm - 2:30pm
2:40pm - 3:00pm
Peru - Pies de Oro directed by Anita Lovern
3:05pm - 3:20pm
3:20pm - 3:50pm
Argentina - Raices Argentinas DFW directed by: Alejandra Gomez
3:45pm - 4:00pm
Closing of CINCO inviting everybody Outdoors DCET members
OUTDOORS ENJOY ZUMBA - PAYASOS - BRINCOLINES -- JUEGOS - VOLLEY BALL
GREAT ENTERTAINMENT - FAJITAS, TACOS, AGUAS FRESCAS~!
For the 2018-2019 school year, Irving ISD is proud to offer half-day PreK to families that qualify and full-day, tuition based PreK to residents of Irving ISD.