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September 11, 2013 

Katie Jacobson, front,and Jean Martin do paddle board yoga Saturday morning on the Chattahoochee River. Jacobson taught two demonstration classes of paddle board yoga, which is yoga done atop paddle boards that the participants keep in place by dropping a weighted line into the water. Jacobson, who will begin teaching classes Monday, said paddle board yoga, also known as SUP Yoga, has been gaining in popularity across the country. "I want people to see that beginners of all ability levels can do this," Jacobson said. Those interested in more information can contact Jacobson at katiejsupyoga@gmail.com. Go to www.ledger-enquirer.com to see more photos from the class. 09/07/13

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The Ledger-Enquirer photo staff has been hard at work shooting photos from events around the Chattahoochee Valley, and we want to make sure you didn't miss one gallery.

Here are a few of our favorite from the last week:

Paddle Board Yoga: Who knew, right? According to their Facebook page, "the classes take place by Wave Shaper Island where you hear the tranquil sounds of the rapids flowing. Doing yoga on a paddle board is a fun new way to connect your mind and body on water. It's a fun way to challenge your body and let go of the stress! All levels are welcomed and encouraged!" This sounds like something we will possibly have more galleries on in the future, so keep an eye out for more.

• College football: Who can get enough of it? I know we can't. Here are photos from Auburn, Georgia and more Auburn.

Jared Van Aalst Memorial: This annual memorial run is one of the largest we have in Columbus. It's behind the Country's Midnight Express and the Color Me Rad runs.

• And who could forget high school football?: Carver's played two games and has two wins. And we have photos from both. This gallery is from its win over Shaw and this one from its win over Spencer.

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