3,473 Avondale Kids Set High-Five World Record

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It took 67 minutes for the nearly 3,500 third- through eighth-graders to break the Guinness World Record for the longest high-five chain. 

Some eager and some shy, the 3,473 children from the Avondale Elementary School District high-fived in a line that snaked around the Fiesta Bowl field at Avondale Middle School.

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