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Lincoln Celebrates Mexican Independence Day

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On a hot Friday afternoon, September 16, 2016, approximately 200 students and administrators gathered around the quad during lunch for a special performance from Lincoln’s Performing Arts. Xotchil, Flokoriko, and Mariachi with the invited guests The Convertibles did a themed performance. The four groups collaborated in honor of the Mexican Independence Day which is the time in history when Mexico defeated Spain in 1810. 

Here are some pictures from every group that performed during lunch! 

 

Beginning Flokoriko (Emalie Ortega, Nancy Estrella/Lincoln Lion Tales)
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Lincoln Celebrates Mexican Independence Day