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Looks like fun

Samuel Randall, 6, watches after he throws a plastic bowling ball at oversize pins at a game booth at Liberty Lake Days on Saturday at Pavillion Park.
Samuel Randall, 6, watches after he throws a plastic bowling ball at oversize pins at a game booth at Liberty Lake Days on Saturday at Pavillion Park.

Samuel Randall, 6, watches after he throws a plastic bowling ball at oversize pins at a game booth at Liberty Lake Days on Saturday at Pavillion Park. SR photo/Jesse Tinsley

It looks like reporter Chelsea Bannach visited the Liberty Lake Days celebration yesterday in Liberty Lake. The people photographed by Jesse Tinsley looked like they were having a good time checking out the car show, playing games and listening to music. Though I don't recall seeing this on the flyer, apparently there was also a talking robot that "roamed the park playfully heckling people." You can check out her story from today's paper here.

Oh, and for those of you wondering why I'm posting on a Sunday - I work a Sunday shift in our downtown office occasionally. I took Friday off instead, and in the process missed what must have been a really active day on the scanner.




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