Sycamore Ridge World Festival

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On June 1, students at Sycamore Ridge Elementary School travelled the globe at their first-ever World Festival. With passports in hand, students visited 19 various countries and tasted delicious treats from around the world. A fun and educational time was had by all. Photos: Jon Clark

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