Desiree Garcia
Vice President
Savannah Martinez
Daniella Martinez
Claudia Rosacker
Lauren Armenta
Adriana Lopez
Olivia Arrellano
Benito Maestas
Gary Johnson

Fashionette Montoya
Andrea Griego



"Graduate to Go strives to put a diploma in every teen’s hand, and it’s going to require action from all of us,” says Greg Creed, chief executive officer, Taco Bell. ”Taco Bell is providing simple ways to make a big difference both in our restaurants and online, and our hope is that we can inspire the nation to mobilize around this important cause. ” 

Participating Taco Bell restaurants nationwide will host the 4th annual Graduate to Go fundraiser through June 7th to encourage customers to donate $1 to fund teen programs. As thanks for customer support, participating restaurants will give contributors a taco coupon.

The success of the 2011 national fundraiser enabled the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens to distribute 350 grants totaling $3 million to Boys & Girls Clubs and other organizations that inspire teens to graduate high school. 
Our Kachina Keystone visited the Espanola Taco Bell to assist customers and employees with tasks around the restaurant. Our Keystone Club wanted to show customers where their donation was going.



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 Feeding the Homeless

The Teens competed in a cupcake decorating contest. All the staff voted for the most creative and yummy looking. Eddie Williams was the winner, with his spider cupcake!
Eddie won a free meal from the Teen Center Restaurant!

Keystone and Torch Club met with each other to share what projects each of them have been implementing in the community. Each Torch Club member got to meet a Keystoner and ask questions about Keystone. Both Keystone and Torch Club are working hard to serve their community and fund raise for their up coming conferences. They will be working closely together in hopes to set an example for the future generation of Keystone.