LUBBOCK, Texas — Instead of hosting Cinco de Mayo celebrations this year, United Supermarkets’ Amigos Hispanic format stores have decided to host kids’ day events in two of its locations. “We’re doing this as an alternative to the traditional Cinco de Mayo celebration because there are usually so many other activities going on that day,” United spokesman Eddie Owens told SN. Kids Day celebrations will take place Thursday at an Amigos store here and at its Plainview, Texas, location. ...

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