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Tukwila celebrates its heritage, culture at celebration at Foster High School

SoulBreakerZ Krew was part of the entertainment Friday at the Tukwila Community Heritage and Culture Celebration at Foster High School. Celebration-goers enjoyed food from local vendors, heard about local organizations and city services and heard some great music. - Dean A. Radford/Tukwila Reporter
SoulBreakerZ Krew was part of the entertainment Friday at the Tukwila Community Heritage and Culture Celebration at Foster High School. Celebration-goers enjoyed food from local vendors, heard about local organizations and city services and heard some great music.
— image credit: Dean A. Radford/Tukwila Reporter

Tukwila celebrated its ties to the world Friday at the Tukwila Community Heritage and Culture Celebration at Foster High School.

There was tasty food from around the world, dancing, singing and something very traditional – breakdancing – that filled the courtyard at Foster.

City staffers and elected officials handed out information about city services. Other community agencies were represented, too. Children in need of clothing were helped by Randy Boyd, a volunteer with the Tukwila Children's Clothing Bank.

The evening was to end at 6:30 p.m. Friday with a screening of the documentary, "Latinos: The Changing Face of Washington.

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