It's Up To Them

Photosy by Caitlin O’Hara/The Herald
Cousins Avari Boeglin of Ferdinand, 5, left, and Addison Schipp of Ferdinand, 7, hung from the swings at Fifth Street Park on Tuesday in Ferdinand. The two participate in gymnastics and thus said they don’t mind spending time upside down.

 

Avari Boeglin of Ferdinand, 5, hung from the swings at Fifth Street Park on Wednesday in Ferdinand.

 

Brooke Rasche of St. Anthony, 8, played on the jungle gym after a Ferdinand all-star softball practice Wednesday at Fifth Street Park in Ferdinand.



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