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Celebrating Mexican culture in Lincoln

STUDENTS SERVE UP tres leche cake and other authentic Mexican fare with cultural ambassador Alejandra Perez at Thursday’s fiesta. Perez shared her culinary expertise and facts about her hometown of Querétaro, Mexico with students during their study of the region this winter. Independent photo/Marin Howell

Temperatures hovered just below freezing outside the Lincoln Community School this past Thursday, March 21, but those gathered inside the building were kept plenty warm with the sights, smells and sounds of sunny Querétaro, Mexico. 

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