El Día Del Niño
Children’s Day is a national observance in Mexico. Children’s Day has been celebrated annually in Mexico since 1925. Children are recognized as an important part of society so the day focuses on the importance of loving, accepting and appreciating children. Schools host special events inviting parents to celebrate and share Children’s Day with students. Parties are held and children take part in activities like face painting, story-telling, art workshops, and plays.
Although we feel like every day is “Children’s Day” at Spectrum Ministries, we wanted to give some
extra special attention to all of the kids at our Activity day last Thursday to celebrate this annual holiday! In addition to all of the regular games, popcorn, and sno-cones we bring, this particular day we also gave away hot dogs, too, and brought two very large and very recognizable piñatas for the special day! Wonder Woman and Captain America were filled to capacity with lots and lots of candy that all of the children were able to grab handfuls of to enjoy. It was a fun day with lots of smiling faces and joyful hearts.
Thank you for supporting Spectrum Ministries so we can do extra-special things like this for our neighborhoods. This weekend we will be travelling to Ensenada for our annual boy’s camp. We are so excited for all that God has planned for these boys! Please pray for safety, excitement, and God’s love to spread throughout camp and for young lives to be changed!