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Lonnie Suplizio tosses the ball at the board during a game of ball darts at The Commons Country Fair.


As Jean Stephens of Grand Junction watches, Commons resident Lonnie Suplizio tosses a ball at the board during a game of ball darts during The Commons’ Country Fair today. Suplizio hit the bullseye for 100 points.

The Commons Country Fair featured outdoor games, a dog agility show, a petting zoo and a resident quilt and craft showcase along with fair snacks such as popcorn and cotton candy.

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