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Photos: Rosedale Fall Festival in Verona

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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune Review
Anthony DeRose and Scarlett DeRose, 2, ride the merry-g0-round at the annual Rosedale Beach Club fall festival.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune Review
The Rosedale Beach Club fall festival was held the weekend of September 12-14 at the Beach Club.
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Lia Fischetti, 15 and Sophia Montgomery, 15, dance to the music of The Poor Souls at the Rosedale Beach Club fall festival.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune Review
Hundreds came out for the food, carnival rides, games, and live music each evening.
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Festival volunteer Marietta DelleFamine makes funnel cakes.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune Review
Isabella Stumpf, 6, goes fishing at the annual Rosedale Beach Club fall festival.

The annual Rosedale Fall Festival closed out yet another season at the Rosedale Beach Club in Verona. The end of summer event was held the weekend of September 12-14 at the Beach Club in Verona. Hundreds came out for the food, carnival rides, games, and live music each evening.

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