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Pedaler's Jamboree [Slideshow]

Novice and experienced cyclists gathered at Flat Branch Park on Saturday morning to kick off the Pedaler’s Jamboree, a two-day bike ride along the Katy Trail with several live music events along the way.

One hot show [Photo]

The Columbia Regional Airport is the host of the Salute to Veterans Air Show on Saturday and Sunday. Spectators sat through 110 degree temperatures on the tarmac.

Detective Bodo [Photo]

Sergeant Kyle Louks is bitten by Bodo, a 6-year-old German Shepherd narcotics detective, during the Army K-9 Corps demonstration at the air show on Saturday. Louks wears a jacket made for K-9 training, which is bite resistant.

Demonstration of skill [Photo]

The AeroShell T-6 Demonstration Team fly in unison at the Salute to Veteran Air Show on Saturday.

High in the sky [Photo]

During a flight demonstration at the Salute to Veterans Air Show, planes awed spectators with fast speeds and air designs.

Playing pilot [Photo]

Ryan Kennon, 17 months old, plays pilot in a T51, which was flown in from Colorado Springs, Colo.

SkyHawks wow the crowd [Photo]

A member of the SkyHawks, the Canadian Armed Forces parachute team, floats to the ground displaying an American flag. The team jumped to ground in front of a cheering crowd at the air show on Saturday.

Eyes on the sky [Photo]

Onlookers watch the sky as the AeroShell T-6 Demonstration Team performs at the Salute to Veterans Air Show on Saturday.

Taking in the show [Photo]

Benjamin Phillips and Yvonne Simmons watch the air show at Columbia Regional Airport on Saturday.

In the shade of a plane [Photo]

Col. Harry H. Berrier sits under a plane wing for shade in preparation for the air show at Columbia Regional Airport on Saturday. Berrier is a veteran who worked in the Veterinary Corps during World War II. He served three years of active duty in the Army and 30 years in the military reserves.

Salute to veterans [Photo]

Charles Eaton holds a salute during the Salute to the Nation Solemn Ceremony at the air show. Eaton is a veteran of the Vietnam War.

Slowest guest [Photo]

After plugging a trained snail act for a whole week, Paul Pepper and James Mouser watch P.J. Lamberson, 13, make his snail go over a wall of nails. Unfortunately there wasn't enough air time for the snail to complete its trick.

Pepper and two actors [Photo]

Soap opera stars Candice Earley and Geoffrey Pierson appear with Paul Pepper at Biscayne Mall in March 1983.

Douglass graduation: Award winner [Photo]

Brandon Gleason was on stage several times at the Douglass High School graduation on Friday. According to his grandmother, Gleason was given a total of eight awards and scholarships.

Douglass graduation: Warm hug [Photo]

Cheryl Miller and Toya Minnis embrace after Minnis received the Douglass High School Parent-Teacher-Student Organization award at the Douglass High School graduation on Friday.

Douglas graduation: Doing the wave [Photo]

Kayla Carter waves to her friends and family in the crowd as she stands on stage to receive an award.

Douglass graduation: On the lawn [Photo]

Friends and family gather on the lawn of Columbia College to receive the new graduates.

Douglass graduation: Mother and son [Photo]

Charlene Wright and her son, Isaiah Grant, celebrate after the graduation ceremony on the lawn of Columbia College. Friends and family gathered there to receive the new graduates.

Douglass graduation: The Class of 2009 [Photo]

The Douglass High School graduating class of 2009 pose at the front of the stage for friends and family to take pictures.

Douglass graduation: Posing for a portrait [Photo]

Patricia Hughley poses for a portrait after the Douglass High School graduation ceremony.
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