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Katelynn Peiffer, 2 1/2, Holds Her Trophy At The Saunders' Cup Wrestling Tournament, February 1996

Katelynn Peiffer, 2 1/2, Holds Her Trophy At The Saunders' Cup Wrestling Tournament, February 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1996
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Katelynn Peiffer, 2 1/2, of Litchfield in Hillsdale County, holds a trophy for winning the 28-pound weight group at the Saunders' Cup Wrestling Tournament Saturday in Milan. The event is the largest girls-only meet in the U.S. Peiffer was the youngest wrestler there, and the only one in her category. It was the first competition for Katelynn. The event is named for Tricia Saunders, a world champion who wrestled for Huron.

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September
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1999
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Camp Peachy Pre-Independence Day Parade Crossing Huron Street, July 2000

Camp Peachy Pre-Independence Day Parade Crossing Huron Street, July 2000 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 4, 2000
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PRE-INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE - Harriet Cobbs, left, director of Peach Tree Montessori Preschool in Ann Arbor, guards the crosswalk on West Huron Street during a pre-Independence Day parade she led on Monday morning. The school, which holds Camp Peachy during the summer, organized the parade for its 10 campers. In the wagon, from left, Anna Raschke, 2, Lily Robins, 4, Max Winston, 3. Pulling the wagon is parent Kelsey Hargesheimer with her daughter, Lesley Blackwell, 5.

Crystal Smith & Nakaiya Harrison Stop To Rest During The Camp Peachy Pre-Independence Day Parade, July 2000

Crystal Smith & Nakaiya Harrison Stop To Rest During The Camp Peachy Pre-Independence Day Parade, July 2000 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 4, 2000
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Crystal Smith, 7, left, and Nakaiya Harrison, 9, wait for other campers to catch up with them during the parade. Smith is wearing a Liberty Bell costume and Harrison is dressed as the Statue of Liberty. Camp participants celebrated the holiday by walking in costume from the preschool to Main Street. Both girls attended the preschool and are now counselors in training.