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Roaring in the lunar new year

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Parent volunteer Russell Kao leads students in Cynthia Chiu's Mandarin language class at La Entrada School in the Chinese Dragon Dance, celebrating the lunar new year.

Students also played drums and cymbals to accompany the dance, which was a parade around the Menlo Park school's lunch area. The celebration took place on Jan. 30.

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Posted by Virginia Chang Kiraly
a resident of Menlo Park: University Heights
on Feb 9, 2012 at 2:11 pm

THANK YOU to all who made La Entrada's first Chinese New Year celebration a huge success, especially to Laura Musial, who took wonderful photos! Everyone had a great time-- children and parents alike! Many thanks to Kathy Kau for her incredible leadership in making our celebration happen!


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