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- Photo by Lillian DeDomenic Bryee Mitro (18 months) gets a little help with the Balloon Blast from Grandma Kathy Slivsteri. Carson's Carnival is held in memory of Carson Rudick, a Penn Township boy who was 5 years old when he died of cancer in 2010. Proceeds from the event will be donated in Carson's name to UPMC children's Hospital and to the Community UMC ARK Program, where Carson attended preschool.
Photo by Lillian DeDomenic  Bryee Mitro (18 months) gets a little help with the Balloon Blast from Grandma Kathy Slivsteri.  Carson's Carnival is held in memory of Carson Rudick, a Penn Township boy who was 5 years old when he died of cancer in 2010.  Proceeds from the event will be donated in Carson's name to UPMC children's Hospital and to the Community UMC ARK Program, where Carson attended preschool.
- Tony Zona, 10, works on his form for the Go Bananas Toss. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
Tony Zona, 10, works on his form for the Go Bananas Toss. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
- Lily Morgan, 5, enjoys some cotton candy. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
Lily Morgan, 5, enjoys some cotton candy. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic

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By Penn-Trafford Star
Wednesday, June 27, 2012, 8:50 a.m.
 
Community United Methodist Church in Harrison City hosted Carson's Carnival on Saturday, June 23, 2012. The carnival is held in memory of Carson Rudick, a Penn Township boy who was 5 when he died of cancer in 2010. Proceeds from the event will be donated in Carson's name to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and the church's ARK Program, where Carson attended preschool.
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