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Tribune photos by Gary Miller The Rev. Pablo Obregon introduces youngsters, top, to Hispanic musical rhythms and some traditional instruments Monday at the Willmar Public Library. In the photo above, Obregon is seen holding a chuyo chuyo, which is made of goat hooves, and a donkey's jaw. Both are used as instruments. Obregon's presentation was the first in a series as part of a weeklong program for children ages 5 to 14. The series, "Make a Splash in the Arts," offers participants the chance to learn ab...

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