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- The annual Murrysville Fireman’s Carnival featured games, rides and plenty of food to raise money for the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company. Ava Cafaro, 3, tries her luck at the duck pond. Photo by Aaron Loughner
The annual Murrysville Fireman’s Carnival featured games, rides and plenty of food to raise money for the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company. Ava Cafaro, 3, tries her luck at the duck pond. Photo by Aaron Loughner
- The annual Murrysville Fireman’s Carnival featured games, rides and plenty of food to raise money for the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company. Kimmi Rhoades, 14, bounces on the Euro Bungy ride. Photo by Aaron Loughner
The annual Murrysville Fireman’s Carnival featured games, rides and plenty of food to raise money for the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company. Kimmi Rhoades, 14, bounces on the Euro Bungy ride. Photo by Aaron Loughner
- Sophia Pozek, 4, and Ava Gabriel, 6, ride the rollercoaster at the carnival. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Sophia Pozek, 4, and Ava Gabriel, 6, ride the rollercoaster at the carnival. Photo by Aaron Loughner
- Brothers Patrick Tamko, 4, and Gabriel, 5, eat snow cones to cool off. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Brothers Patrick Tamko, 4, and Gabriel, 5, eat snow cones to cool off.  Photo by Aaron Loughner
- Volunteer Lauren Eckersley serves up cheese fries. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Volunteer Lauren Eckersley serves up cheese fries. Photo by Aaron Loughner

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By Murrysville Star
Wednesday, June 27, 2012, 12:52 p.m.
 
The annual Murrysville Fireman's Carnival from June 18-23, 2012, featured games, rides and plenty of food to raise money for the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company.
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