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Photo Gallery: Pleasant Hills Preschool Mud Day

Kristina Serafini
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Preschoolers play in pools of mud during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
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Preschooler Tatum Stammer pours mud into a bowl in the “mud kitchen” during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Mud Day included the aforementioned mud kitchen, as well as mud pools, mud fishing, a station to dig for worms and a mound of mud where the kids could roll balls and cars down.
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Preschoolers Xander King (left) and Tatum Stammer at a mud fishing station during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Mud Day included the aforementioned mud fishing, as well as pools of mud, a mud kitchen, a station to dig for worms and a mound of mud where the kids could roll balls and cars down.
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Preschoolers Kaelyn Wroblewski (front) and Ezekiel Wisler roll balls down a chute during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
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Preschooler Ben Assad scoops mud from a pool during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
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Mud dots the face of Ethan Mastrangelo during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
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A preschooler plays in the “mud kitchen” during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

Pools of mud provided plenty of fun for preschoolers during the fourth annual Mud Day at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The messy event also featured a mud kitchen, mud fishing, a station to dig for worms and a mound of mud where the kids could roll balls and cars.

Kristina Serafini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Kristina at 412-324-1405, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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