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Car Cruise and Kids Day event held at Dougherty Veterans Field

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Kara Yarnot, 12, of Etna, tries to make some giant bubbles at Dougherty Veterans Field Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, as part of a Car Cruise and Kids Day event to help celebrate Etna’s 150th anniversary.
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Parents and kids could take train rides at Dougherty Veterans Field Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, as part of a Car Cruise and Kids Day event to help celebrate Etna’s 150th anniversary.
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Sienna Gonzales, 8, of Etna, blows up a balloon at Dougherty Veterans Field Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, as part of a Car Cruise and Kids Day event to help celebrate Etna’s 150th anniversary.
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Chicki and Ron Burkard of Ross check the interior of a 1965 Mustang during a car cruise at Dougherty Veterans Field in Etna Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
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Cars filled Dougherty Veterans Field in Etna during a car cruise Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
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Ron Hastings of Shaler checks out a 1967 Chevy SS engine during a car cruise at Dougherty Veterans Field in Etna Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
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Chip Willis of Shaler (left) and Howard Thornton check out this Camaro during a car cruise at Dougherty Veterans Field in Etna Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
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Spencer Snyder-Stokes, 3, of Etna, does some coloring at Dougherty Veterans Field Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, as part of a Car Cruise and Kids Day event to help celebrate Etna’s 150th anniversary.
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Weston Snook, 6, of Etna, tries his putting skills at Dougherty Veterans Field Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, as part of a Car Cruise and Kids Day event to help celebrate Etna’s 150th anniversary.

Dougherty Veterans Field was a happening spot on Sunday, Sept. 23, as the community celebrated Etna’s 150th anniversary with a Car Cruise and Kids Day event.

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