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Last hurrah for snowboarders at Spirit Mountain

It may have been in the 90s in the Northland on Friday, but there will be a snowboarding event at Spirit Mountain on Saturday. It's the sixth annual "Damage Revisited" presented by Duluth's Damage Boardshop, which is marking its 11th anniversary....

It may have been in the 90s in the Northland on Friday, but there will be a snowboarding event at Spirit Mountain on Saturday.

It’s the sixth annual “Damage Revisited” presented by Duluth’s Damage Boardshop, which is marking its 11th anniversary.

Leftover snow from Spirit Mountain’s terrain park has been molded into a new venue for the event, a last hurrah before winter gear is packed away for the summer.

Organizers said Friday that despite the warm weather, the event is still a go. It runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; the cost to take part is $25. Find more information at www.damageboardshop.com .

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