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The smell of marshmallows roasting over an open fire filled the air Sept. 29 at the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commissionís 12th Annual Family Campfire and Watershed Fair at Brighton Dam in Brookeville.

More than 500 people turned out for the free event, which featured games, music, activities and exhibits highlighting how to protect the watershed, according to WSSC.

Símores ingredients were provided and WSSCís Chief of Plant Operations James A. Price Jr. was the eventís master of ceremonies.