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Salmon Days 2018

Connor McKee-Sargent, Photographer

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Crowds were thin at Salmon Days, despite the many booths, particularly art. In years past, it was difficult to make your way through the crowd but it was not a problem this year.  The booths were also spread out. The carnival included three rides suitable for teens and adults alike to enjoy and four to five rides for children. The parade included the IHS Marching Band, Cheer Squad, Dance Team, and Wrestling Team among other participants.

There were many smiling, happy faces, and children were enjoying every second. The food was outstanding and from what I saw from people venturing into Issaquah, new faces and old alike thoroughly enjoyed the day.

Connor McKee-Sargent, Photographer

Class of 2019, Photographer, preferred portraits. I don’t take selfies, I take self-portraits. I have a ton of free time in the world yet I’m always...

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