MASON CITY, Iowa - Despite the cold weather and high wind, there was quite a turnout at this year's Ethnic Lunch in Mason City.
Now in its 15th year, the event featured ethnic food provided by churches, businesses and organizations, including bangers and mash from England, Filipino egg rolls and barbeque, and Runzas from Germany, among others.
In addition, entertainment was provided by Cucho Madero, a Peruvian flute group, and there were also displays featuring cultural items from Peru and Mexico.
The annual event was hosted by the North Iowa Diversity Appreciation Team as a way to show support for diversity.
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