Loose change worth a fortune at Penny Carnival

By Wallace McBride, Fort Jackson LeaderFebruary 6, 2014

Ethan Bundy, 2, and father Rob take aim last Friday night during the Penny Carnival at the Solomon Center.
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Children line up at one of several crafts tables set up at the Penny Carnival Friday at the Solomon Center.
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Mackenzy Fox, 8, tries to lasso a steer with a hula hoop during last week's family event.
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Reese Lessard, 6, searches for rubber snakes at the bottom of a boot during Friday's Penny Carnival, where none of the games cost more than a penny to play.
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Ian Gonzalez, 3, takes a trip down an inflatable slide.
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