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It’s time for some family fun. A first time event will pit families against each other the "Sun Games" at the Sun Mountain Fun Center featuring the "High Five Challenge". Spokesperson Christine Limburg explains: “The reason why we're calling it the High Five Challenge is: there are 5 different challenges that are going to take place over five weeks. So families are going to come out and they're going to compete in fun, and kinda be the best in their kids’ eyes. Their first event is bowling, so make sure you bring socks, because you will be bowling. The event is free. And your family can consist of you and one child; It can consist of you and three children. You and a spouse and a couple of kids. It doesn't matter about team sizes, we're happy to have you all come out." Limburg says the High Five Challenge is for five weeks. And families will be competing in all the fun Centers' various games over those weeks. And the grand prize will be a one-year pass to the Sun Mountain Fun Center. It's free to register for the events, and you don't necessarily need to attend all events.  You can register at any of the High Five Challenges' sponsors: the Sun Mountain Fun Center, La-Z-Boy Furniture store, Morning Star Christian School, Red Robin and Jiffy Lube.

 

 

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