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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Students at an Albany school got a head start on the Saturday candy rush. St. Teresa's Celebrated Fall with its Fun-filled Festival Friday.

Students, parents, and teachers dressed up and played games instead of doing scary school work this Friday.

PTO President Mary Jo Takash said, "This is a lot of fun. The kids love it. They look forward to it every year."

3rd Grader Bernadette Takash said, "I like the egg race where you have an egg on a spoon and you race down past a line." In addition to all the sweet treats, students got the chance to go on pony rides and play carnival games, including plate spinning.

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