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Lights on Afterschool event provides fun for all

HANSCOM AFB, Mass. – Christian Ruiz (left) and Becky Peel go head to head during a Nintendo Wii ™ video game challenge during the Lights on Afterschool event that promoted the importance of Afterschool programs for youth. Activities included sports, a video game tournament, arts and crafts, a cooking activity and more. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)

HANSCOM AFB, Mass. – Christian Ruiz (left) and Becky Peel go head to head during a Nintendo Wii ™ video game challenge during the Lights on Afterschool event that promoted the importance of Afterschool programs for youth. Activities included sports, a video game tournament, arts and crafts, a cooking activity and more. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)

HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- Orion Griffin, school age program, sits among backpacks to read a hair-raising story at the Base Youth Center during the Lights on Afterschool event Oct. 18. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)

HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- Orion Griffin, school age program, sits among backpacks to read a hair-raising story at the Base Youth Center during the Lights on Afterschool event Oct. 18. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)

HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- Brenna Gonsalves (left) and Julianne Sandoval have fun at the Youth Center while learning to use a power drill. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)

HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- Brenna Gonsalves (left) and Julianne Sandoval have fun at the Youth Center while learning to use a power drill. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)