Tinian Municipal Council member Reynaldo Cing, Tinian Mayor Joey Patrick San Nicolas, Lt. Gov. Ralph DLG Torres and his son, and Marianas Visitors Authority managing director Perry Tenorio attend the opening ceremony of the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival
Tinian’s very own ranchers riding on their horses during the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
Tinian Jr. and Sr. High School JROTC perform after the opening ceremony.
A performer of Tom Hoshi’s group shows a fierce performance with her Hawaiian dance moves.
One of the little contestants for the Umang race peeks over to see if his crab is ready to go.
Saint Joseph School’s performance awes the crowd with their cute performance of Barbie and Ken.
Heavenly Kids from Tinian Elementary School perform for Valentine’s Day.
Contestants start cooking for the Estofao Pika Cooking Contest.
Sewing by Faith booth sold knitted mats and accessories at their booth during the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
A little girl purchases from Tun Ben’s booth during the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
Neng’s Booth is a booth favorite with its hot pepper decorations and local fruits.
JM Pika House booth showing its decoration for the booth contest at the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
DS Kitchen and Bar booth is all about bamboo on their decorations during the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
JC’s Café is popular among the young generation with its fast foods and well made smoothies.
Tinian’s very own clothing apparel booth during the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
Judging of the Estofao Pika Cooking Contest during the 11th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival.
Jun Dayao Dayao
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