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Photo gallery: Plum students have fun, raise money at walk-a-thon

| Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, 10:21 a.m.
First-grader Luke Dojovonic makes his way through the obstacle course set up on the Center Elementary field for the annual walk-a-thon at the school on Friday, Sept. 29.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
First-grader Luke Dojovonic makes his way through the obstacle course set up on the Center Elementary field for the annual walk-a-thon at the school on Friday, Sept. 29.
Kindergartener Colton Hidalgo masters the low hurdles as he works his way through the obstacle course at Center Elementary in Plum during the school's annual walk-a-thon on Friday, Sept. 29.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Kindergartener Colton Hidalgo masters the low hurdles as he works his way through the obstacle course at Center Elementary in Plum during the school's annual walk-a-thon on Friday, Sept. 29.
First-grader Jillian Fehl tries her skills with the hula hoop at Center Elementary in Plum on the day of the school's annual walk-a-thon, Sept. 29.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
First-grader Jillian Fehl tries her skills with the hula hoop at Center Elementary in Plum on the day of the school's annual walk-a-thon, Sept. 29.
Jumping jacks were part of the obstacle course at Center Elementary in Plum on Sept. 29.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Jumping jacks were part of the obstacle course at Center Elementary in Plum on Sept. 29.
Kindergartener Mia McNahon masters the low hurdles as she works her way through the obstacle course set up on the Center Elementary field for the annual walk-a-thon at the school in Plum.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Kindergartener Mia McNahon masters the low hurdles as she works her way through the obstacle course set up on the Center Elementary field for the annual walk-a-thon at the school in Plum.

Center Elementary School in Plum had its annual walk-a-thon Friday to raise money for student programs and activities.

The day sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association included an obstacle course set up outside the school to test skills of the students.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer

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