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News - May 21, 2008

Around Town

NO FUN FOR FASTERS? ... The popcorn and cotton-candy chow-down at Gunn High School's Carnival won't be shared by all students, student board member Andrew Tesler reported at the last school board meeting. Members of Gunn's Key Club are fasting against world hunger that day, he said with a sympathetic smile. The unfortunate coincidence — and much fun and celebration — will occur during Carnival at the school Friday, from 3 to 9 p.m. The party is open to the whole community, according to organizer and Gunn junior Alix Farhat.

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