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Easing back into school at Sauk

Published: Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST
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AJ Murdock of Dixon (left), John Clark of Sterling and Kollin Burn of Morrison compete in a game set up in the Sauk Valley Community College gym Wednesday afternoon. The event traditionally marks students getting back to school and features games, music, food and informational booths.
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Kerri Foster (left) of West Brooklyn and Sami Meacham of Franklin Grove sit and chat Wednesday after having lunch along the river at Sauk Valley Community College.
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Students and staff took Wednesday afternoon off at Sauk Valley Community College to enjoy the back-to-school tradition of Sauk Fest.
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Myndi Fletcher of Mount Morris works as an office administrator in the Buildings and Grounds Department at Sauk Valley Community College.

AJ Murdock of Dixon (left), John Clark of Sterling and Kollin Burn of Morrison compete in a game set up in the Sauk Valley Community College gym Wednesday afternoon. The event traditionally marks students getting back to school and features games, music, food and informational booths.

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