Espanola High School holds its annual luncheon today to thank participants in the co-operative education program. The event will attract about 150 people including 50 employers. The program gives high school students a chance to work at local businesses that help them with career choices. One participant was Daneen Maher who spent her co-op at Moose FM in Espanola where she learned how to write news among other things. As a result, Daneen is going on to the police foundations with the goal of becoming a media officer with a police department. Today`s luncheon is at the recreation complex.