TULSA – A Tulsa police officer and four volunteers are helping a group of Hispanic kids fulfill one of their dreams.

Jesse Guardiola, director of Hispanic outreach with the Tulsa Police Department, took 20 kids on their first trip to a Tulsa Drillers baseball game Sunday.

Ten-year-old Leslie Lamas is part of the group who experienced the all-American sport.

“I like the Drillers. It’s really a good sport to play. I love it… I’m really thankful to be able to be here and I really appreciate it. I’m very happy as well. I feel really special today,” Lamas said.

The first generation Hispanic-Americans are members of the Tulsa Police Department’s Hispanic Outreach Program.

This year, TPD created the Los Suenos project, aimed at introducing Hispanic children to the country’s activities.

“It’s all about exposure. It’s all getting them the opportunity to see things they normally won’t see in their normal surrounding in everyday life,” Guardiola said.

Leslie says she is glad to be part of something new.

“I’m so so glad. I don’t know how to thank you guys for this opportunity,” Lamas said.

Saturday’s baseball game is the first event for the Los Suenos project. The Hispanic Outreach program hopes to add more events to the project in the future.