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Multicultural festival celebrates diversity of Brown County

4:10 PM, Jul. 20, 2013
A chance to learn about different cultures is one of the draws to the Multicultural Children and Family Festival, according to Peter Kellogg a board member for the Multicultural Center of Greater Green Bay.
A chance to learn about different cultures is one of the draws to the Multicultural Children and Family Festival, according to Peter Kellogg a board member for the Multicultural Center of Greater Green Bay.
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When Peter Kellogg moved to Green Bay in 1977 he was told the only thing to eat was "meat, potatoes and salad."

Now, it is Kellogg's job to bring a diverse palate to Green Bay as he helps put on the Multicultural Children and Family Festival today.

"Every time we've done something like this - we get people from different cultures together - we get a really enthusiastic response," Kellogg said, who is a board member for the Multicultural Center of Greater Green Bay. ...

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