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Latino Recognition Day, Tuesday April 29th, 2016 

➥➥ Yhan Cruz Maldonado student of the Browne School in Chelsea high fives David “Big Papi” Ortiz during the first Latino Youth Recognition Day at Fenway Park.
➥➥ Yhan Cruz Maldonado student of the Browne School in Chelsea high fives David “Big Papi” Ortiz during the first Latino Youth Recognition Day at Fenway Park.

Boston – Eight different public middle schools across Greater Boston were well represented at America’s Most Beloved Ballpark, Fenway Park, last Tuesday, April 19th as El Mundo Newspaper and the Boston Red Sox held their first of three Latino Youth Recognition Days (LYRD) this season.

➥➥ Stephanie Suavita, of the Parlin School in Everett is being congratulated by Hanley Ramirez and “Big Papi” for her academic success.
➥➥ Stephanie Suavita, of the Parlin School in Everett is being congratulated by
Hanley Ramirez and “Big Papi” for her academic success.

Nineteen (19) hard working and academic all-stars from Chelsea and Everett Schools were publicly recognized during a special on field pre-game ceremony featuring David “Big Papi” Ortiz and Hanley Ramirez.

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The recognition took place moments before the Red Sox took on the Tampa Bay Rays at historic Fenway Park in front over 37,000 fans.

More pictures and stories on the memorable day on pages 18-24.

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LYRD 2016

LYRD 2016

Honored Middle School Students

LYRD 2016 May

Honoring Importance of Family as well as Academics

El Mundo’s Latino Youth Recognition Day is aimed at boosting students’ pride in their academic achievement. Another important effect of this event is its unique ability to bring together family members to take pride in one another.

Seeing the youth taking their moment in the spotlight and their parents taking joy in witnessing such a moment brings great satisfaction to all El Mundo, Red Sox and LYRD staffers.

➥➥Stephanie Suavita from the Parlin School of Everett celebrated her achievements with her family.
➥➥Stephanie Suavita from the Parlin School of Everett celebrated her achievements with her family.
➥➥ Andrew Sosa from the Lafayette School in Everett proudly shows his recognition together with his family after being honored in front of thousands fans during the first Latino Youth Recognition Day.
➥➥ Andrew Sosa from the Lafayette School in Everett proudly shows his recognition together with his family after being honored in front of thousands fans during the first Latino Youth Recognition Day.
➥➥ Proud mom at Fenway Park with her daughter Elizabeth Del Rosario from the Browne School in Chelsea who received a recognition for academic success.
➥➥ Proud mom at Fenway Park with her daughter Elizabeth Del Rosario from the Browne School in Chelsea who received a recognition for academic success.
➥➥ Academic star Tatiana Umana from the eight grade at Clark Middle School in Chelsea shows the recognition next to her mother after being recognized at Fenway Park.
➥➥ Academic star Tatiana Umana from the eight grade at Clark Middle School in Chelsea shows the recognition next to her mother after being recognized at Fenway Park.

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