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If you're already starting to plan for Halloween festivities, here's a fun one.
A toddler nearly drowned at Golf n’ Stuff late Friday night.
Karston Foster, 6, gets some hug encouragement from former University of Arizona basketball player Joe Blair at the first Putt-ing Kids First Mini-Golf Tournament and Family Fun Night at Golf N' Stuff, 6503 E. Tanque Verde Road. Blair and the Blair Charity Group organized last Saturday's fun…
Diego Garcia, 8, hunkers down, maneuvering a bumper boat during an inter-boat water fight.
Dylan Motz lines up a mini-golf putt using his putter as a pool cue. His mother, Lorna, observes the strategy.
Ramsey Saba, 10, powers his way along the go-kart track during the Putt-ing Kids First fundraiser, which hoped to raise $20,000.
In the arcade, Don Bull races a video motorcycle while his daughter, Susan Elliott, behind him to right, monitors the action.
Michael Alvarez sticks out his head for a breath of air as he takes a break from his laser-tag battle.
Raiden Brooks guns down cyborgs on the "Terminator: Salvation" video game in the arcade at Golf N' Stuff.
This is the first in a series of weekly features about fun
forays for families.
Nico Montoya prepares to take to the track on the go-carts at Golf N' Stuff.