Photos: Mahopac Residents Enjoy the Snow

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Alex, 14, and Margaux, 23 months Credits: Kelly Edwards
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Margaux, 23 months, enjoys her first real blizzard. Credits: Kelly Edwards
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Credits: The Kaoukakis Family
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Credits: The Kaoukakis Family
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Molly and Clara Credits: Alison Blank
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Credits: Alison Blank
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Kennard Road Credits: Alison Blank
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Credits: Alison Blank
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Kennard Road Credits: Alison Blank
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Francesca Mazzei, 3 Credits: Rob Mazzi
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Stevie Jubak, 8 Credits: Rob Mazzi
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Francesca Mazzei, 3 Credits: Rob Mazzi
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Credits: The Kaoukakis Family
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Credits: The Kaoukakis Family
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Credits: Nicole Liebowitz
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James and Jason Liebowitz Credits: Nicole Liebowitz
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MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Mahopac was blanketed with more than a foot of snow Saturday, and many residents took advantage of the conditions by having some winter fun.

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