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

Master Sgt. Paul Harris, a communication and navigation craftsman with the 433rd Maintenance Squadron, served as the sound man and disc jockey for the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. Sergeant Harris took requests and played various types of music genres such as country, rock n’ roll, country and salsa. 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

Airmen setting up the Sabor Latino booth used colorful decorations such as a mariachi hat, crepe paper and balloons. The group took first place in the best decor category during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. 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

Airmen setting up the Sabor Latino booth used colorful decorations such as a mariachi hat, crepe paper and balloons. The group took first place in the best decor category during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. 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, reaches for one several hand-made paper flowers used to decorate the Sabor Latino booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Sabor Latino booth swept the competition by winning first place in the 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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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, reaches for one several hand-made paper flowers used to decorate the Sabor Latino booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Sabor Latino booth swept the competition by winning first place in the 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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Mini Folklife Festival equals education and funMini Folklife Festival equals education and fun
Mini Folklife Festival equals education and fun

Master Sgt. Tom Veilleux, a 68th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, helps the ladies of the Pretty and Precocious Red Hats, San Antonio Chapter, set up their booth for the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Red Hats provided guests with cold fruit-punch and hot wings. The Red Hats tied for second with the Lebanese booth for best decor and for first place with the Sabor Latino booth for best costume. 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

Rachel Demone, an Alamo Wing civilian, hangs plastic grapes around a faux vine in keeping with the cultural theme of the Lebanese booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The Lebanese booth tied for second place with the Pretty Precocious Red Hats, San Antonio Chapter, in the best decor category. It also placed second in best food category and third for best costumes. 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

Mary Lopez, right, and Rachel Demone, Alamo Wing civilians, hang plastic grapes around a faux vine in keeping with the cultural theme of their Lebanese booth during the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival. The booth tied for second place in the best decor category. They also placed second in the best food category and third for best costume. 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 annual Alamo Wing Mini Folklife 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

Master Sgt. Fredrick Woods, 433rd Mission Support Squadron, was the 2009 Alamo Wing Mini Folklife Festival assistant coordinator. Sergeant Woods hangs up the event’s banner, June 10, 2009, at Smith Park. 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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Something to write home aboutSomething to write home about
Something to write home about

The Alamo Wing's newest members are given an opportunity to participate in the Army/Air Force Home Town News Service program. This service helps Airmen and Soldiers update family and friends about achievements in their military career through home town newspapers. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Carrie Peasinger)
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Posted: 6/9/2009

Alamo Wing senior enlisted, junior officers hone leadership skillsAlamo Wing senior enlisted, junior officers hone leadership skills
Alamo Wing senior enlisted, junior officers hone leadership skills

Reserve chaplain, 1st Lt. Justin Woods (right), Maj. Elena Milford (center) and Senior Airman Viola Hernandez, all from the 433rd Airlift Wing public affairs office, practice the formula for success for media interviews during the senior NCO workshop. The workshop was designed to help senior non-commissioned officers fine tune their leadership skills. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Carrie Peasinger)
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Posted: 6/9/2009

    

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