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Antonio Castillo, a seventh-grader at McCaffrey Middle School in Galt, holds a puppy named Bubba, who was very comfortable inside Castillo's sweatshirt, at the Galt Strawberry Festival on Sunday, May 15, 2011.
Bubba snuggles comfortably inside Antonio Castillo’s sweatshirt at the Galt Strawberry Festival on Sunday, May 15, 2011. Castillo is in seventh grade at McCaffrey Middle School in Galt.
Three girls who were crowned queens of the Galt Strawberry Festival proudly wear their crowns on Sunday, May 15, 2011. From left are Lillian Crummey, a third-grader from Oak View School in Acampo, who is the queen for the 8-9 age group; Kate Chapman, a sixth-grader at Oak View, who is queen of the 10- to 12-year-olds; and Samantha Chapman, who was crowned Galt Strawberry Festival Grand Supreme Queen. She is a freshman at Galt High School.
Morocco, a llama, entertains visitors at the Galt Strawberry Festival on Sunday, May 15, 2011. The llama, along with a bunch of lambs, goats, pigs, chickens, goats and turkeys, were one of the few attractions remaining at the festival after it began raining shortly after noon on Sunday. The animals are owned by Elsie Greenich of Greenich's Acres.
Visitors to the Galt Strawberry Festival on Sunday, May 15, 2011, talk to people who think the world will come to an end in less than a week. The organization is from a ministry called Family Radio. Mainline denominations insist that the Bible doesn't indicate when the world will end.
Guy Von Harringa, of Alameda, talks about why he thinks the world will end beginning Saturday, May 21, 2011. Family Radio, a ministry proclaiming the end of the world, had a booth at the the Galt Strawberry Festival.
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