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Families enjoy supporting a great cause

Yasmin Cassiano, 6, competes in a hula hoop contest.

Yasmin Cassiano, 6, competes in a hula hoop contest.

Marlborough – The second annual Family Fall Festival to benefit Employment Options was held Sept.14 at the Hudson-Concord Elks Pavilion and field. Among the many activities for family fun were inflatable amusements, kids” games, a vehicle display, tethered hot-air balloon rides, live entertainment and a barbecue. Proceeds go to Employment Options, a Marlborough-based nonprofit agency providing services to people in the Metrowest area who are recovering from mental illness. For more information, visit employmentoptions.org. For more photos, visit communityadvocate.com; click “Home,” then “Photo Galleries.”

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

Dylan Benker, 4, and Connor Ostiguy, 5, are entertained by a live animal program.

Dylan Benker, 4, and Connor Ostiguy, 5, are entertained by a live animal program.

Owen St. Angelo, 7, volunteers to handle a toad during the Rainforest Reptile Show.

Owen St. Angelo, 7, volunteers to handle a toad during the Rainforest Reptile Show.

Ella Williams, 3, enjoys a bubble show.

Ella Williams, 3, enjoys a bubble show.

Taking a tethered hot-air balloon ride are (l to r) Tina Baia, her daughter, Arianna, 7, and her aunt, Rosemarie Castoldi.

Taking a tethered hot-air balloon ride are (l to r) Tina Baia, her daughter, Arianna, 7, and her aunt, Rosemarie Castoldi.

Luke Walsh, 3, peers from a Hudson Fire Department truck.

Luke Walsh, 3, peers from a Hudson Fire Department truck.

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