Cinco de Mayo

The fifth of May is a festive day for those of Mexican heritage living here in the the United States.
To celebrate the day when Mexico defeated the French in 1862 annual parades and fairs are held in communities with large populations that trace their roots back to our southern neighbor country.
These costumed young ladies were waving from the second floor of a setting that was made to look like a Cantina at a fairground. One could tell they possessed a “High sense of well being”.

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