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Autumn teaches us a valuable lesson. During summer, all the green trees are beautiful. But there is no time of the year when the trees are more beautiful than when they are different colors. Diversity adds beauty to our world.
– Donald H. Hicks, "Look into the stillnes"  
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  Black Forest festival

   The festival was scaled down a bit this year because of the coronavirus, but that didn’t stop people from participating and having fun. All visitors were required to wear masks, and there were sanitation stations available. Food trucks were set up as well.
   
The sun sets over Black Forest on a smokey August day. Photo by Robin Widmar
Heidi Sumner, Briana Miller, Devari Miller and Sarah Moorman hosted a booth sponsored by the Girl Scouts. Crafts were available for the kids. Photo by Cara Lord-Geiser
Rob and Shari Conley are the new Keeper of the Keys. Tiffany Coles of the Black Forest Festival Executive Planning Committee said the BF days could not have happened without the contributions of many great volunteers, but the driving force was their leader, Shari Conley. Photo by Leslie Sheley
The Kit Carson Riding Club Royalty poses for a picture; left to right, Finnley Duvall, assistant to the Royalty, Princess Cami Kranz, Queen Jadie Duvall; Missing is the Aide to the Queen, Sarah Bryant. Photo by Gerty KranzGrant Murdock and Lilly Hannah of Bloom Bar & Co. in Colorado Springs manned a booth selling fresh local flowers. Photo by Cara Lord-Geiser
  
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