Residents entertained and educated at ‘Celebrating Our People’ gathering

Lydia Valdivias, 9 of Kent, selects a paint color prior to having her face painted by UW Bothell volunteer Emily Oomen during the Celebrating Our People/Latino cultural event Saturday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church. (Photos by David Pan)
Lydia Valdivias, 9 of Kent, selects a paint color prior to having her face painted by UW Bothell volunteer Emily Oomen (right) during the Celebrating Our People, a Latino cultural event,  Saturday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church. The event was hosted by Familias Unidas a program of Lutheran Community Services Northwest. (Photos by David Pan)
Shari Early (right), a dental hygienist, helps a child spin the wheel to win a prize at a dental health education booth at the Celebrating Our People event.
Shari Early (right), a dental hygienist, helps a child spin the wheel to win a prize at a dental health education booth. Vendors providing health education and resources included University of Washington-Bothell, Verdant Health, Molina, Sound Dental, Snohomish County Health District, Providence Health Institute and Community Health Clinic.
The owner of Islamic Resources by Mail (425-355-4608) chats with Celebrating Our People attendees.
The owner of Islamic Resources by Mail (425-355-4608) chats with Celebrating Our People attendees.
Paola Ochoa (left) and her dancers demonstrate some Zumba dances.
Paola Ochoa (left) and her dancers demonstrate some Zumba dances.

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