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Enjoying a fall festival at Crabapple Lane Elementary

Crabapple Lane Elementary School PTO sponsored a fall festival on a recent Friday night at the school. It was a perfect evening for the celebration. Some of the events enjoyed by the students include crazy hair styling by W. Daly Salon, pony rides, hula hoop contest, painted faces and fire safety education. The teachers and staff say, “Thank you to Crabapple Lane Elementary PTO for your hard work and dedication to our school.” Fifth grade students, from left, are Madelyn Johnson, Caroline Smith, Gillian Pressel and Jocelyn Shelfo. Photo/Special.

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