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Scottish History Lessons Take Root In Escalon
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A youngster gets into the music of the bagpipes and drums on Saturday afternoon at the Escalon Scottish (Highland) Games.
Colton Jarboe, 7, and younger brother Carson, 3, of Newman enjoyed making their own beards in the Children’s Glen fun and games area, with help from grandma Mel Lawrence.
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Competitors carry the caber back to the starting point for the next attempt, walking alongside the judge.

The Highland Games hosted by the Escalon Scottish Cultural Association brought a new flavor to the community over the weekend. Clans and Septs gathered at the Hogan-Ennis Park complex to set up for two days of competition, music, demonstrations and more. Along with those taking part, local residents also had the opportunity to come learn more about the Scottish way of life and enjoy the living history lessons.