Feeling Friendly

Photos by Heather Rousseau/The Herald
Abriana Stephens of Jasper, 12, laughed after being hit with a snowball while playing outside Thursday afternoon with a group of her friends on 10th Street. “We are all close like brothers and sisters. We usually are at each other’s houses most of the time,” Stephens said of the group.
Ebanie Gamez Daugherty, 13, right, reached for snow on the ground, after her brother, Jessed Gamez Daugherty, 10, threw a snowball at Abriana Stephens, 12, while Emma Schutz, 13, back left, ran for the house and Ricardo Rodriguez, 7, climbed a tree, back right.
Ebanie Gamez Daugherty, 13, left, and Abriana Stephens, 12, both of Jasper, walked toward their friends with snowballs while playing outside their homes Thursday afternoon on 10th Street in Jasper.

 




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