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Kids Day a hit for young Petunia Festivalgoers

Published: Monday, July 7, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Reagan Guinn (left), 9, of Sterling reacts to touching a corn snake with Hannah Conderman, 8, Saturday afternoon while at Midland States Bank Kids Day at Washington School in Dixon. One of many events associated with Petunia Festival, Kids Day featured a variety of animals, games and touch-a-truck.
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Matthew Blackert, 5, of Harmon bears down during a water fight Saturday afternoon during the Midland States Bank Kids Day at Washington School. The event featured the water fights, touch-a-truck, a basketball shootout and other events as part of Petunia Fest.
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Rachael Mclaughlin, 6, of Dixon operates the hose and points it at Tianna McGuire, 6, during a water fight at the Midland States Bank Kids Day in Dixon.

Reagan Guinn (left), 9, of Sterling reacts to touching a corn snake with Hannah Conderman, 8, Saturday afternoon while at Kids Day at Washington School in Dixon. One of many events associated with Petunia Festival, Kids Day featured a variety of animals, games and touch-a-truck.

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