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Gallery: Green Tree hosts Octoberfest celebration

Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - Rockin Rowdy, a Border Collie mix, leaps over handler Tad Bowen during a performance by Muttley Crew Flying Dogs of Erie on Saturday at the Green Tree Octoberfest.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item</em></div>Rockin Rowdy, a Border Collie mix, leaps over handler Tad Bowen during a performance by Muttley Crew Flying Dogs of Erie on Saturday at the Green Tree Octoberfest.
Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - Connor Lugaila, 8, of Green Tree is riding high one moment and on the ground the next as he attempts to take on a mechanical bull during Green Tree Octoberfest.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item</em></div>Connor Lugaila, 8, of Green Tree is riding high one moment and on the ground the next as he attempts to take on a mechanical bull during Green Tree Octoberfest.
Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - Young Marines Sgt. Brennon Williams, 15, left, launches a pie at Young Marine Mason Bowars, 13, both of Brookline, as Green Tree Rotary President John Herington looks on during Green Tree Octoberfest Saturday.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item</em></div>Young Marines Sgt. Brennon Williams, 15, left, launches a pie at Young Marine Mason Bowars, 13, both of Brookline, as Green Tree Rotary President John Herington looks on during Green Tree Octoberfest Saturday.
- Kai de la Vega, 2, of Mt. Lebanon pets some of the animals in the Petting Zoo during Green Tree Octoberfest on Saturday.
Kai de la Vega, 2, of Mt. Lebanon pets some of the animals in the Petting Zoo during Green Tree Octoberfest on Saturday.
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