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Seen on Scene: At the Pirate Party

Joshua Edelstein and Shasta Willett practiced their pirate faces at the Pirate Party at the Boulder City Pool on Saturday

Boulder City Aquatic Coordinator Cheree Brennan shows off her sword-wielding skills Saturday, Nov. 3, at the pool’s pirate party.

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The Cook family, from left, Hailey, Lara, Harmony and Parker, in front, came to the pirate party at the Boulder City Pool on Saturday, Nov. 3, in their best pirate attire.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear

Boulder City Review

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