Sage Canyon Fall Festival

Gary and Lily Bellowe

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Sage Canyon Elementary School held its 10th annual Fall Festival on Oct. 16. Kids stayed busy on the snowboard simulator, coconut climb and pedal carts. Other highlights included “fall-themed” toys at the very spooky store, dance contests, a silent auction, cake walk, and amazing “old school” carnival game booths representing each classroom at Sage Canyon. Photos: Jon Clark

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