R. Roger Rowe School Latin Festival

Karen Nicholas, Veronica Mendoza

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R. Roger Rowe School held its second annual Latin Festival on March 29 in the school’s Performing Arts Center. The event was hosted by the RSF Education Foundation and sponsored by Las Manos del Artesano Gallery, Frank Torre State Farm Agency and Dr. John Griffing, D.D.S.

The purpose of the event is to recognize and celebrate Latin culture as an integral part of the school community. The event featured a mariachi band and regional dancers. Other activities included crafts for children and the opportunity to purchase affordable Latin crafts and jewelry. Photos: Jon Clark

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