Holland's first Celebration of Multicultural Connections was held at South Shore Village May 30. ACEH president Marvin Younger was master of ceremonies, and at the ACEH tent Annie Olson shared polymer clay art, sculpting animals of many colors with children and adults; the All For One dancers, founded by Dominque Vargas (daughter of board member Norma Luna) performed. The event was organized by South Shore Village Businesses (16th and 17th streets on Holland's west side), the International Relations Commission, and the Neighborhood Commercial Improvement Program and included Magic by Maciek, panning for gold, finger painting with ketchup and mustard, a doo-dah parade, dancers, musicians, Jefferson School singers, food, horses, wine tasting, free flowers, face painting, shoulder massages, balloon animals--and lots of fun for the crowds who attended.

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