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Spanish classes celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Students wear hats and sing in honor of the holiday.

Rhea Shah

Students wear hats and sing in honor of the holiday.

Davis Roberson, Staff Writer

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Every year the Hispanic community celebrates the May 5 or Cinco de Mayo to commemorate the Mexican victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Spanish classes at McIntosh celebrated with music and games.

Freshman Truitt Thompson said, “I had a fun time watching the videos about the history of the holiday, and I was excited to learn the facts about the culture.”

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