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Kites Fill the Sky

It was a beautiful day Saturday afternoon and some Texomans took advantage of it by grabbing a kite and heading to the Coyote Ranch Resort Kite Festival. From 10am until 5pm kites filled the skies making for a beautiful view.

It wasn't just children, world-class competitive kite flyers were showing off their skills with twists and turns. Those who came out also enjoyed food. The Optimist Clubs of Iowa Park, Red River, Wichita Falls and Sunrise helped bring the event together.

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