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(Maegan Lemon - For the Daily Press)

(Maegan Lemon – For the Daily Press)

Above, a somewhat confused Jack-in-the-Box, portrayed by Carson Troost, proclaims, “Happy Fourth of July!” as the Cowgirl (Kambri Fraze) and Cowboy (Braden Fuentes) prepare to stuff him back in his box during Tuesday’s Yeso Elementary School fifth-grade musical “Toys! The Night They Come Alive.” Below, music teacher Debra Leonard greets the toys during their grand entrance. Leonard was recognized by Assistant Principal Lynn Worley for her 20 years of directing the school’s annual musical.

(Maegan Lemon - For the Daily Press)

(Maegan Lemon – For the Daily Press)