Big crowd turns out for annual Muirlands Rocks

A Harley Davidson provides a fun spot for photos.

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Photo by Pearl Preis

A large crowd turned out for the annual Muirlands Rocks! The combination fundraiser and community-building activity was held at the middle school on Sunday, featuring music, games food and fun.

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