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Neysa Kenney at the Footbridge Ceilidh in Hopewell.
Neysa Kenney takes a turn down the bouncy slide Sunday at Hopewell’s Footbridge Ceilidh.
The day included a parade followed by fun and games, food and entertainment at the community’s park.
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