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Monday, 04 December 2017 10:58

Before trio of winners is announced, dancers and singers take stage at Third Street Fountain, parade gets community in holiday spirit

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The Seward County Community College Cheerleaders finish their routine with a group number reminiscent of the Rockettes at the pre-parade entertainment Saturday afternoon. L&T photos/Robert Pierce

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This group of dancers from Dance Images brings an extra boost of excitement to this number prior to Saturday's Downtown Christmas Parade.

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Members of the American Legion ride on this float Saturday night at the Downtown Christmas Parade.

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Saturday's last pre-parade entertainer, Steve Leete, seems to be serenading one of the members of the crowd with this holiday song.

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True Friends Llamas took home first prize in the "Best Animal" entry in Saturday's parade. The entry won True Friends $50, and the award was sponsored by Jacque's Birds.

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Angela Smiddy, above, Erin Russell, below left, and Grace Crossman, above right, sing for the crowd prior to the start of Saturday's Downtown Christmas Parade.

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