Hundreds of big foam fingers were given out Oct. 11, 2015, as Apex held celebrated being named Money magazine’s best place to live in the country. There was music, rides, games, food trucks, entertainment, activities and municipal services exhibits for the townspeople to enjoy at the celebration.
Hundreds of big foam fingers were given out Oct. 11, 2015, as Apex held celebrated being named Money magazine’s best place to live in the country. There was music, rides, games, food trucks, entertainment, activities and municipal services exhibits for the townspeople to enjoy at the celebration. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Hundreds of big foam fingers were given out Oct. 11, 2015, as Apex held celebrated being named Money magazine’s best place to live in the country. There was music, rides, games, food trucks, entertainment, activities and municipal services exhibits for the townspeople to enjoy at the celebration. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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