Vincent Mattis, left, and Jason Epke-Bueso laugh outside of Bluffton Elementary with their classmates as public education coordinator Kirk O'Leary, far right, sprays water over their heads during Splash Day on Wednesday. Kids went through different stations that included water guns, sprinklers and other fun before changing for their graduation ceremony.
Vincent Mattis, left, and Jason Epke-Bueso laugh outside of Bluffton Elementary with their classmates as public education coordinator Kirk O'Leary, far right, sprays water over their heads during Splash Day on Wednesday. Kids went through different stations that included water guns, sprinklers and other fun before changing for their graduation ceremony.
Vincent Mattis, left, and Jason Epke-Bueso laugh outside of Bluffton Elementary with their classmates as public education coordinator Kirk O'Leary, far right, sprays water over their heads during Splash Day on Wednesday. Kids went through different stations that included water guns, sprinklers and other fun before changing for their graduation ceremony.

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June 11, 2009 5:39 PM

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