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Hoedown raises campout funds

Posted: February 6, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: February 6, 2014 2:00 a.m.
 Juliana Belnap, 10, dressed in a western hat and jeans, dances to the song “Cotton-Eyed Joe” with some her 60 fifth-grade classmates at the annual Western Hoedown fundraiser at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday. Signal photo by Dan Watson.  Juliana Belnap, 10, dressed in a western hat and jeans, dances to the song “Cotton-Eyed Joe” with some her 60 fifth-grade classmates at the annual Western Hoedown fundraiser at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
<p> Juliana Belnap, 10, dressed in a western hat and jeans, dances to the song “Cotton-Eyed Joe” with some her 60 fifth-grade classmates at the annual Western Hoedown fundraiser at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday. Signal photo by Dan Watson.</p>
Castaic Physical Education teacher David Zieper, right, dressed in western clothes, dances with fifth-grade students at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday during the fundrasier. Signal&nbsp;photo by Dan Watson. Castaic Physical Education teacher David Zieper, right, dressed in western clothes, dances with fifth-grade students at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday during the fundrasier. Signal&nbsp;photo by Dan Watson.
<p><span>Castaic Physical Education teacher David Zieper, right, dressed in western clothes, dances with fifth-grade students at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday during the fundrasier. Signal photo by Dan Watson.</span></p>
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About 60 fifth-graders donned their best cowboy and cowboy gear for the Western Hoedown fundraiser at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday.  

Fifth-graders from three Castaic elementary schools will attend the Camp Valley Trails in Castaic, where they will enjoy arts and crafts, archery, a zip line and an old-time camp fire with s’mores on May 28.

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