Arriving just on the heels of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Marathon High School held a Hispanic heritage celebration of its own on Oct. 24. Opening with an introduction by MHS vice principal Rebecca Keenu, the evening’s festivities included presentations on the flags of Guatemala, Mexico and Nicaragua, a personal immigration story told by Neek Perez Urra, dance demonstrations, a Spanish singing group and address by guest speaker Janny Oliva before closing remarks from Alexander Nicolas and MHS principal Christine Paul.
Photos by SANDRA LEE PHOTOGRAPHY/Keys Weekly
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