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Dia De Los Muertos

Sean Kidd, Staff Writer

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Under the leadership of Los Lobos, many Rocky clubs set up altars for those who they honor for the Dia De Los Muertos celebration in the library. Los Lobos also sold nachos, did face painting, made sugar skulls. It was a very successful two-day event enjoyed by many students.

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