Members of the Filipino-American Association of Alexander City and Neighboring Counties perform the interpretative dance “Bayan Ko” or “My Country” during the organizations’ celebration of the 115th Philippines Independence Day Celebration Saturday. | Robert Hudson
Members of the Filipino-American Association of Alexander City and Neighboring Counties perform the interpretative dance “Bayan Ko” or “My Country” during the organizations’ celebration of the 115th Philippines Independence Day Celebration Saturday. | Robert Hudson

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Filipino Independence Day

Published 12:31pm Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Members of the Filipino-American Association of Greater Birmingham perform the Filipino Folk Dance “Tinikling.”
Members of the Filipino-American Association of Greater Birmingham perform the Filipino Folk Dance “Tinikling.” | Robert Hudson

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