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Sentinel photo by BUFFIE BOYER Shea Madera, left, 9, and her brother Joey Mitchell, 4, both of Lewistown, enjoy cotton candy Monday, at the Lewistown Assembly of God's annual Fall Outreach for the community. Children and their families were treated to ...


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