Photo: A sticky treat

Legend Hewson, 3, gets a finger full of cotton candy to sample while waiting for a larger cone during Saturday’s Dimond Park Aquatic Center grand opening. Brother Lee Nelson said that since they live in the valley they never had the chance to swim a lot. “Legend has been swimming the last week,” Nelson said. “He put goggles on for the first time and got to see underwater. He is really excited about that.”

Legend Hewson, 3, gets a finger full of cotton candy to sample while waiting for a larger cone during Saturday’s Dimond Park Aquatic Center grand opening. Brother Lee Nelson said that since they live in the valley they never had the chance to swim a lot. “Legend has been swimming the last week,” Nelson said. “He put goggles on for the first time and got to see underwater. He is really excited about that.”

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