Spanish Club Carnations


During lunches the week of January 31st, Mohawk’s Spanish Club continued their 20 year tradition of selling Valentine’s Carnations. In the Spanish culture, carnations have been know to represent affections between lovers, as well as fascination, distinction, and love. It is also the national flower of Spain. The Spanish Club put a twist on the meanings of their flowers this year. Red carnations meant “I Love You,” pink carnations meant “Friends Forever,” and yellow carnations meant “Let’s Meet.” At two dollars a flower, it was a great way to brighten someone’s day and contribute to the Spanish Club.