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SELMA – The 40th Annual Raisin Festival transformed Lincoln Park from the shady, tranquil park in the center of town into a boisterous hub of activity for four days in May.

The Festival is sponsored by the Selma District Chamber of Commerce and included carnival rides, a variety of food booths, exhibits of art, baking, floriculture, photography and poetry in the Nick Medina Senior Center and live entertainment including mariachi singer Berta Olivia, the Carlos Montano Band, Art in the Garden Band, mariachi Juan Morales, Juan Sanchez and the Fabulous Enchantment Band. Live demonstrations were put on by Reyna’s Black Belt Academy, Centro De Folklor, Second Street Dancers and Bell’s Kenpo Karate.

Here are some scenes from the event.

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The reporter can be reached at 583-2427 or lbrown@selmaenterprise.com.

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