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Multicultural Day celebrated at Leona Cox Elementary School

Posted: April 16, 2013 10:48 p.m.
Updated: April 16, 2013 10:48 p.m.
Sixth-graders Paolo Santiago, left, and Joshua Valera demonstrate the Filipino martial art of Eskrima at Leona Cox Community School's Multicultural Day in Canyon Country on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Sixth-graders Paolo Santiago, left, and Joshua Valera demonstrate the Filipino martial art of Eskrima at Leona Cox Community School's Multicultural Day in Canyon Country on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Sixth-graders Paolo Santiago, left, and Joshua Valera demonstrate the Filipino martial art of Eskrima at Leona Cox Community School's Multicultural Day in Canyon Country on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
From left, Jamie Perez, Gabriela Luna and Roxana Luna practice the "Toro Mambo," a folk dance originated from Sinaloa, Mexico. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) From left, Jamie Perez, Gabriela Luna and Roxana Luna practice the "Toro Mambo," a folk dance originated from Sinaloa, Mexico. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
From left, Jamie Perez, Gabriela Luna and Roxana Luna practice the "Toro Mambo," a folk dance originated from Sinaloa, Mexico. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Sixth-graders Christine Lopez, left, and Maricris Sadia perform the Filipino folk dance "Pandanggo sa Ilaw." (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Sixth-graders Christine Lopez, left, and Maricris Sadia perform the Filipino folk dance "Pandanggo sa Ilaw." (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Sixth-graders Christine Lopez, left, and Maricris Sadia perform the Filipino folk dance "Pandanggo sa Ilaw." (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
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Leona Cox Elementary School in Canyon Country held its Sixth Annual Multicultural Day on Tuesday. The event provided an opportunity for students and their families to share cultures and celebrate diversity. Families presented information from their country of origin, or from a country they have visited. Presentations included native dress, music, dance, writing, money, and/or food specific to the county.

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