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Ava Workman and Aspen Marshall await the start of the Kiddie Parade.
The Kiddie Parade kicked off Saturday morning Aquafest fun for youth in Rice Lake. The parade featured 14 units and followed Lakeshore Drive from Lakeview Dental to Veterans Memorial City Park.
A platoon of junior members of the U.S. Army marched its way down the parade route. The unit included youngsters Eternity, Kalie, Levi, Lilly, Abel, Landon, Zachary, Amy and Caleb.
Alex and Khloe Ward’s “Old Glory” unit made plenty of use of the red, white and blue.
Kennedy Drew pulled Harper Drew in a wagon down the parade route.
Matthew Wallin cast his line into Rice Lake.
Easton and Damon Lucas along with Parker Rodewald get ready to fish after registering for the Kids’ Fishing Derby Saturday on Rice Lake along Lakeshore Drive near Veterans Memorial City Park.
Scores of prizes awaited young anglers Saturday thanks to donations to the event hosted by the Rice Lake Area Men’s Club.
Young Melvin Henkel fishes from a dock during the fishing derby.
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Aquafest 2021 got off to a kid-friendly start over a hot, sunny and breezy weekend with the …
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