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Photos: Beating the heat at Pinehurst Park Beach

Families flocked to the beach at Pinehurst Park Friday, July 22.

Children playing and swimming at the beach
A large group of kids including Emily Foucault, 9, Maycee Brander, 8, Beau Brander, 7, and Jocelyn Focault, jump off a pier at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet. Kids 11 and under are required to wear lifejackets at the facility. This year staff introduced a swim test for 9-11 year old children, if they pass they do not need to wear a lifejacket.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Lifeguard Macy Hanson keeps eyes on the water at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Isaac Andrys, 3, of Duluth uses a shovel to dump sand on a pile he is making at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet. It costs $4 per person to use the beach.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Splashes of water surround swimmers at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet. The beach is open from noon to 6 p.m. daily through Aug. 27.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Lifejackets drying in the sun create a colorful mosaic at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Regan Frost, 2, of Cloquet walks along a drain at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Asher Sebesta, 1, of Cloquet plays in the sand at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Riley Sebesta, 6, of Cloquet pears over a wall while swimming at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet.
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Children playing and swimming at the beach
Reagan Frost, 2, of Cloquet uses a small watering can to collect water from a slide at Pinehurst Beach on Friday, July 22, in Cloquet.
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