Friday October 27 and Saturday October 28, 2006 S.A.L.S.A. volunteered for the annual Haunted Hayrides. This was made up of a Haunted House, a 3D Maze, and a Haunted Hayride. The story starts off saying how on this farm lived a mother with her three children, two boys and one girl. Each of the children started realizing weird things occurring in this farm and tried to find out what it was. Legend says that each of them found a secret that was not supposed to be uncovered; therefore they never left the farm. Through out the hayride many things come out and scare you making this experience fun and scary going with the theme of Halloween. S.A.L.S.A. has volunteered to help organize lines before entering the haunted house, collecting tickets before getting on the ride, even putting on costumes and scaring people in the Haunted Houses. This is a fun event for everyone little kids, adults, and even the actors/actresses that work here every year. By Milagros Rodriguez
S.A.L.S.A hit off the year with their first party,RUMBA, November 12, 2006 in the dramahouse. With DJ Brutal playing all the latest reggeaton, salsa, merengue, and bachata along with some of the oldschool the party was without a doubt a major hit. Everyone was dancing the night away and having a great time. People were doing their thing dancing non stop, sweating, and enjoying all the fun with their friends and of course all the S.A.L.S.A members. RUMBA was amazing and for all those who went and thought so keep an eye out for S.A.L.S.A.'s Tropican Party in the late spring.
By Hector Colon
HHM Show The Hispanic Heritage Month Show was a success! First and Foremost S.A.L.S.A would like to thank everyone who participated and those who came to support. It was entertaining, and hilarious while education all the same. I participated in two commercials, Luz Clarita and Malta Goya, in Punto Vocal, and a dance performance. I had a blast doing it! Seeing clearly that the audience was enjoying every performance was a great feeling. The show revolved around a soap opera written by Catalina Berry, and there were various other performances. There was singing, dancing, skits, the works! I heard nothing but good comments about it afterward. S.A.L.S.A is glad everyone enjoyed themselves, and guarantees to keep the shows like this, and better annually. If you missed it this year, there is always next year. Missing it again would be sinful!!!
By: Kimberly Rodriguez