Five seniors in an Advanced Placement Spanish class at Huntington North High School in Huntington, Indiana, have put together a booklet for Spanish-speaking citizens of Huntington who cannot understand English. We call ourselves Los Mensajaros, or, "The Messengers." The booklet, (often referred to as "el librito,") includes essential places every person needs, such as hospitals, apartments, dentist offices, lawyers, churches, schools, etc. We also included that the five of us, and our teacher, Sra. Beery, would be available for English tutoring. When we began the project, we recieved a grant from the principal of Huntington North to take a field trip. The six total of us visited Don Rafael's, a Mexican restaurant in town, and spoke with the workers before it opened. They could hardly speak English and told us of how difficult it was to do common things. We also visited one more store in town, and two Spanish-speaking homes that Sra. Beery knew of. We realized that people who cannot understand English who live in the United States have an extremely difficult time fitting in, and often do not have access to everyday essentials. Working at a grocery store, I have seen countless Spanish-speaking people come in. The relief on their faces of finding someone who speaks their language who can tell them small things (where a bank is, where to find clothes, even how to get home...) is overwhelming. We compiled "el librito" not only to help Spanish-speaking immigrants live easier, but also to help the community's awareness.