Superheroes unite at rec center

Posted 1/16/18

Southridge Recreation Center bustled with excitement the morning of Jan. 13 as children suited up in their favorite superhero costumes bolted around the upstairs auditorium. At Superheroes Unite, an …

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Superheroes unite at rec center

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Southridge Recreation Center bustled with excitement the morning of Jan. 13 as children suited up in their favorite superhero costumes bolted around the upstairs auditorium. At Superheroes Unite, an annual event hosted by the Highlands Ranch Community Association, Batman and Robin gave the young participants a lesson in being a superhero. The morning event drew more nearly 200 residents for snacks, treats and photo ops.

Photos by Alex DeWind

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