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Photo of the Week: Tasty treat at the fair

Photo of the Week of a girl eating a rosette at the Douglas County Fair

girl eating at fair
Jill Ellison of Duluth took this photo of her daughter, Tova, eating her first rosette at the Douglas County Fair on Friday, August 19. Tova is the granddaughter of Marc and Sue Lundeen of Brandon. If you have a great photo, send it to Lowell Anderson at landerson@echopress.com.
Contributed / Jill Ellison
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To see previous Photo of the Week submissions, go to our Photo of the Week photo Gallery . If you have a great photo, email it to Lowell Anderson at landerson@echopress.com.

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Lowell Anderson has been a photographer and writer at the Echo Press since 1998.
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