Manning the childcare center during the event were volunteers, from left, Miriam Rumohr, Abby Rumohr, Dianne Huffman, and Iwona Bartunek.
Manning the childcare center during the event were volunteers, from left, Miriam Rumohr, Abby Rumohr, Dianne Huffman, and Iwona Bartunek. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Manning the childcare center during the event were volunteers, from left, Miriam Rumohr, Abby Rumohr, Dianne Huffman, and Iwona Bartunek. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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