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Photos: Fern Hollow hosted 'amazing' race in Sewickley

- Brooklyn Wasson, 3, of Moon Township shows some shale to her dad, Craig Wasson, that she found during a fossil challenge Saturday, June 8, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race competition.
Brooklyn Wasson, 3, of Moon Township shows some shale to her dad, Craig Wasson, that she found during a fossil challenge Saturday, June 8, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race competition.
- Matt Carroll of Leetsdale helps daughter Maggie, 3, drill into wood for a maple syrup tapping challenge Saturday, June 8, 2013, as part of Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race competition for families.
Matt Carroll of Leetsdale helps daughter Maggie, 3, drill into wood for a maple syrup tapping challenge Saturday, June 8, 2013, as part of Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race competition for families.
- Colby Wasson, 4, of Moon Township digs through shale during a fossil challenge Saturday, June 8, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race.
Colby Wasson, 4, of Moon Township digs through shale during a fossil challenge Saturday, June 8, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race.
- Matt Carroll, at left, and Beth Barroll, at right, help daughte Maggie Carroll, 3, try to match the pelt to the correct animal during a challenge at Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race event at Riverfront Park.
Matt Carroll, at left, and Beth Barroll, at right, help daughte Maggie Carroll, 3, try to match the pelt to the correct animal during a challenge at Fern Hollow Nature Center's Amazing Race event at Riverfront Park.

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Fern Hollow Nature Center hosted an “Amazing Race” event at Riverfront Park on Saturday in Sewickley.

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