With this years theme of Empowering Our Minds…Si Se Puede!” the 3rd Annual scholarship breakfast took place Saturday, June 6, 2015 at Lansing’s Local 652. Superintendent Yvonne Caamal Canul was the Keynote Speaker and although there were applications from different schools around the area, the three students who won the Scholarship Awards all came from Lansing Everett High School. Maria Starr leads what seems to be a growing non-profit as there were many members of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement in attendance to serve a hot breakfast to the high school students, their families and supporters of the Latino non-profit. Scholarship winners were Valeria Resendiz, Alejando Trevino, and Areli Gonzalez who all earned their High School Diplomas from Lansing Everett. While membership is indeed growing, LCLAA is still seeking new people to serve on the committee. With more fundraisers on the way, and the upcoming 2016 election less the 17 months away, why not consider helping this organization with its fundraisers or even to help get out the vote in 2016? The organization is looking for help selling beverages at the Ingham County Fairground from August 3rd to August 8th later this year. For more information: Marta Bobillo 517-256-3739 or Maria Starr 517-712-7056.