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Purim carnival at KTI
March 6, 2015 at 8:23 p.m.
Rye Brook 5-year-old Emma Balik-Klein and Julia Morlino, a Blind Brook 8th grader, carefully lift up the back of a stick-on tattoo to see what it looks like.
Helped by his parents Geoffrey Bauer (left) and Elana Bernstein, 1-year-old Henry Bauer of Lawridge Drive-who was dressed up like a minion from "Despicable Me"-prepares to toss a ball into the tic-tac-toe game at the annual Purim carnival celebrating the Jewish holiday at KTI on Sunday, Mar. 1
In a onesie that looks like a suit, Rye Brook 2-year-old Cooper Fishkind goes fishing for an orca whale as his mother, Yeli Fishkind, and Rena Zisser watch.
Nine-year-old Ben Messafi of Latonia Road quickly shoots a ball into the hockey goal.
Wearing princess costumes, Morgan Lipschultz (right) of Red Roof Drive picks up fellow 4-year-old Danielle Elkowitz of Talcott Road in a big hug.