A family rolls pumpkins during a race at the Kodiak Lions Club Pumpkin Chunkin Festival on a rainy Saturday afternoon at the Kodiak Island Fairgrounds. The event featured a trebuchet that slung pumpkins 30 feet in the air, sack races and goodies provided by Three Sisters Coffee. Entry fee to the event was canned foods, which will be donated to the food bank.
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