Cinco de Mayo celebration

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Trinity, Destiney and Nevack Sanchez-Haey at the Cinco De Mayo festival. (Christine Szeredy/Special To The Sentinel)


Trinity, Destiney and Nevack Sanchez-Haey took a break from dancing at the annul Cinco de Mayo festival that took place Saturday in downtown Grand Junction. The annual event featured vendors, entertainment, a jalapeno-eating contest and a street dance.

Social Junction photographer Christine Szeredy captured many smiling faces, some in beautiful traditional attire. All photos are available for reprint and gift items. (Reminder: Mother’s Day is Sunday.)

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