By Steve Henson | @SteveHensonME – AGJournalOnline.com – Photo: Courtesy Of Juan Espinosa.
Photo: Over the years, Cinco de Mayo has always been celebrated with a parade or march.
Because it is the 50th anniversary, a week of activities had been planned, including a youth conference at the university, a car show, and a launching of a traveling exhibit on La Cucaracha newspaper. Some of those events may be rescheduled to late summer or fall, depending how the return to normality under the pandemic goes. What didn’t get cancelled is the determination of the Cinco de Mayo Planning Committee members to mark the holiday in some significant ways.