Everyone smiles at the annual Shrine Circus

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Daran Mahoney, Roger Phillips, and Walt Wright entertain the crowd at the annual Shrine Circus.


Daran Mahoney, Roger Phillips, and Walt Wright dressed as clowns to entertain the crowd at the annual Shrine Circus Saturday at the Mesa County Fairgrounds.
Social Junction photographer Christine Szeredy found many smiling faces of all ages enjoying the show which included acrobats, aerialists and animals. All photos are available for reprint and gift items.
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