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Carnival comes to town

Kids of all ages enjoyed the three-day run of the carnival in Hollister
Jeremiah Curiel, 5, second from right, fishes for a prize with the help of his sister, Moriah Villarreal, 12, left,.
Prizes of many shapes, colors and sizes hang from the tops of the booths at the carnival.
Diana Pacheco, left, enjoys a ride with her son, Michael Bravo at the carnival.
Lindsey Ramirez, 10, shoots down the tall slide.
The Super Shot ride brought out reactions in most who rode it.
Nathalie Medina, a sophomore at San Benito High School, left, enjoys a carnival ride with her sister Millie Medina.

The annual, three-day appearance of the carnival in the football parking lot of San Benito High School brought out thrill-seekers and families who enjoyed sunny skies while hopping on rides and trying their hand at games.

From Friday through Sunday, the carnival filled the lot along San Benito Street, serving as a fundraiser for the school.

BenitoLink photographer Joshua Miller visited the venue to chronicle the sights from the event, which had packed up by Monday morning and moved to its next destination.

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