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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Posted: 6/15/2009

Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Ms. Mary Lopez, an Alamo Wing civilian, wore an Eastern-European-styled shawl over her head in keeping with the cultural theme of the Lebanese booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Lebanese booth took third place in the best costume category at the festival. More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Baklava was one of the food items served at the Lebanese booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Lebanese booth also served stuffed grape leaves and Tabouli, a parsley salad, which includes tomatoes, onions and cracked wheat. More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

The San Antonio Chapter of the Pretty Precocious Red Hats treated guests to hotwings and fruit punch during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Red Hats tied with the Lebanese booth for 2nd place in the Best Decor category and tied for first with the Sabor Latino booth in the Best Costume category. More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Quesadilla bread was one of several deserts offered to guests visiting the Sabor Latino booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, The Sabor Latino booth offered guests foods from 14 Latin American countries. More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Senior Airman Alison Espinoza, a personnel specialist with the 433rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, stands out in a sparkling, red dress typically used by people in Latin-American countries for dances such as salsa and tango. Airman Espinoza's fashion sense helped the Sabor Latino booth place first in the best costume category during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Latino booth also won first place for best decor and best food categories. More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Airmen working the Sabor Latino booth covered their tables with food samples from 14 Latin-American countries during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folk Festival. The variety of food helped the booth place first in the best food category. They also took first in the best decor and tied for first with the Red Hats booth for best costumes. More than 200 civilians, service members and dependants attended the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival, June 10, 2009, at the Smith Park picnic grounds. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Right, Airman 1st Class Anthony Molina, 433rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintenance specialist, samples Arroz con Andules, a typical Puerto Rican dish made with rice and peas. Tech. Sgt. Jerry Olguin, also from the 433rd AMXS, enjoys a bowl of Menudo, a spicy Mexican soup made with tripe and hominy. The Sabor Latino booth offered guests foods from 14 Latin-American countries during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Sabor Latino booth swept the competition, winning first place in best decor, best costume and best food categories. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Posted: 6/16/2009

Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Bright red table cloths and Japanese artifacts were used by Airmen in the Japanese booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. Booth decor was an area of competition for the cultural booths. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Bright red table cloths and Japanese artifacts were used by Airmen in the Japanese booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. Booth decor was an area of competition for the cultural booths. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Tech. Sgt. McKenley Matson, an electrical and environmental systems specialist with the 433rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, stirs a crock-pot full of black-eyed-peas during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The black-eyed-peas were one of several samples offered to guests at the Soul Food booth. Macaroni salad and dirty rice were also on the menu. Airmen who set up the booth reminded Airmen from the Alamo Wing that there are many cultures within America. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

The grill at the American booth was Brig. Gen. John C. Fobian's first stop during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The American booth offered festival guests grilled hotdogs and apple pie. The annual festival began in 2001 and is put on by Airmen from 433rd Airlift Wing. Like the large-scale version happening in San Antonio later in the week, it is designed to raise and promote cultural awareness and appreciation by incorporating transcendental elements such as food, music and art in a family-friendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez)
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Posted: 6/16/2009

    

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