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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