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Cultural fair highlights community diversity

10:05 PM, Feb. 24, 2013
Krupa Patel, 10, of Marshfield, paints henna on the hand of Roma Shah, 13, at the Marshfield Cultural Fair on Saturday. The group was raising money for ShamaKids, a group that provides help to children in slums in India.
Krupa Patel, 10, of Marshfield, paints henna on the hand of Roma Shah, 13, at the Marshfield Cultural Fair on Saturday. The group was raising money for ShamaKids, a group that provides help to children in slums in India.
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Thousands of Marshfield residents descended upon the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County campus Saturday to learn about the vast number of different cultures in central Wisconsin.

It was the 10th annual Marshfield Cultural Fair, which featured music, exhibits, and everyone's favorite, a food court.

"It's about celebrating our differences," said Julie Tharp, the fair's lead organizer and a professor at UW-M/WC. "We all have our different backgrounds, and we have to see that as a positive, instead of a negative." ...

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