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  Volume No. 17 Issue No. 7 July 2020  

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  Falcon Freedom Days
  Celebrating the Fourth of July

Lilianna Westman, age 7, and Jocelyn Luskey, age 7, wait in line for the inflatable slide. Both girls are from Falcon. The celebration ended after dark with fireworks.Taylor Kahl, age 14, and Courtney Kahl pose in front of the crowd at the Antler Creek Golf course on June 29. The evening event featured live music and vendors, as well as inflatable bounce houses for kids.
Layla Lake, age 9, of Falcon crosses the finish line after participating in the bike parade. Layla said this is her third year participating in the parade. Meridian Ranch Recreation Center staff man a booth at the morning festivities of the July Falcon Freedom Days: (left to right) Caitlin Flores, Collin Lefebvere, Andrea Orth and Ryan Kozlowski.
Susi Prestcoe, Leah Dickson, Tasha Chambon and Crystal Gull managed booths for the July 4 Boy Scout pancake breakfast.Legion Hall Auxiliary No. 2008 is alway present to support the community. (Left to right) Jennifer Keddig, Tanya Cabalar, Brandon Cabalar and Dana Ware man a booth at the pancake breakfast.
The pancake breakfast, hosted at the Woodmen Hills Recreation Center, also included a children’s bike parade.
Three-year-old Brennan Sullivan tries his luck at the boat races, sponsored by the Cub Scouts.Woodmen Hills resident June Loggin, age 20 months, loved the bounce house and face painting.
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