Sage Canyon Fall Festival

Ms. Sandrew with her pie face

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Sage Canyon Elementary School held its 11th Annual Fall Festival on Oct. 14.

The event featured a rock climbing wall, surf board simulator, pedal carts, “fall-themed” toys at the Spooky Store, cake walk, silent auction, dance contest and amazing “old school” carnival game booths.

Photos/Jon Clark

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