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Cinco de Mayo scenes

Great Bend joins in on a Mexican family feast

Alianna Chatman, Laelah Hartfield and Tayana Ward enjoy the parade.

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Food, fun and family.
From 9-year-old singer Jazmin Pulido to the dancers from Club One Fitness, the 21st annual Cinco de Mayo celebration enjoyed perfect weather in Great Bend.
The wind was down and the temperatures and spirits with up during Saturday’s celebration of Mexican culture at Jack Kilby Square in downtown Great Bend.
Great Bend High School student Christina Jaquez was awarded the “Outstanding Hispanic Role Model,” award.
Andrea Montes was crowned 2014 Cinco de Mayo Queen. Princesses were Jazmin Barrera, Daniela Reyes, Adriana Gurrola and Fatima Valles.
The entertainment was diverse, starting with 9-year-old Jazmin Pulido, who ...


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