Letters to the Editor

Cinco de Mayo

Marysvilles First Annual Cinco de Mayo Community Festival was a huge success. More than 300 people came out to celebrate the shared traditions of our diverse community. We laughed, we sang, we played and we ate and ate and ate.
The Marysville Cinco de Mayo Committee would like to thank the following sponsors for their cooperative work in making this amazing event possible:
El Primer Festival Anual del Cinco de Mayo para la Comunidad en Marysville fue un exito rotundo. Mas de 300 personas vinieron a celebrar y compartir las tradiciones de nuestra comunidad tan diversa. Reimos, cantamos, jugamos y comimos, y comimos, y comimos.
El Comite organizador del Cinco de Mayo en Marysville quiere agradecer a los siguientes patrocinadores por trabajar con nosotros para hacer que este maravilloso evento fuera posible:
City of Marysville, Marysville School District, Mariachi Infantil Voces de Mexico (Alfonso Vasquez, Director), Soroptimist International of Marysville, Marysville YMCA, Camp Fire USA, SEA MAR, Marysville Police Officers Association, Marysville Fire District Foundation, Marysville Community Coalition, Sno-Isle Libraries, Marysville Globe, Marysville Printing, Vinyl Signs and Banners of Marysville, Snohomish County Diversity Council, Las Garzas, Tres Hermanos, El Rinconcito, Acapulco, La Hacienda, Paraiso, United Way of Snohomish County, Familias Unidas, MJHS Multicultural Club, MJHS FBLA Club, MJHS Spanish students, Belmark Homes, Senor Braulio Ramos, Rietta Costa of MacPhersons Realty, Starbucks on 88th Street, McDonalds on State Ave., El Michoacano Cheeses, Marysville Parks and Recreation, Marco Cortes (musician).
Jim Strickland
Marysville Junior High

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