Abilene celebrates Cinco de Mayo at Sears Park
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Dancers of Ballet Folklorico de Alvaro Munoz entertain the crowd.
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HSU's Six White Horses lead the parade
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The Parade marshall waves at a family.
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North's Funeral Home passing Ortiz Elementary.
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"Chido Man" hands out candy to parade watchers.
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Mis Quince Magazine, Knights of Colombus, and Ballet Folklorico dancers on a float waving.
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Dancer smiles at the crowd.
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Children enjoying the Abilene Public Libraries face painting booth.
Abilene’s annual Cinco de Mayo Parade started at 6 p.m. Friday missing the rain that moved through the area. The parade began on Vogel Avenue and made its way to Arthur Sears Park.
Many businesses and organizations participated in the parade and celebration, Rocio Martinez radio personality at La Voz 93.3 FM was this year’s parade marshal.
The parade ended at Sears Park where Ballet Folklorico dancers entertained the crowd.