Sycamore Ridge Stallion Stampede

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The Sycamore Ridge PTA celebrated the beginning of a new school year at its 8th Annual Stallion Stampede. This fun family event was held Sept. 14 and included music, dancing, dinner, and socializing.

Photos/Jon Clark

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