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Rollin’ on the river

Lehigh River Days draws crowd

-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Webster County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Derek Christie brings several large bags of candy to toss out along the Lehigh River Days Parade route Saturday morning.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Webster County Sheriff Luke Fleener tosses a handful of candy to those watching the annual Lehigh River Days Parade Saturday morning in downtown Lehigh.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Anna Jondle, 2, of Dayton, heads for a piece of parade candy Saturday morning during the Lehigh River Days Parade in downtown Lehigh.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Bob Dodd, of Lehigh, enjoys a frozen treat as his granddaughter Harlee McCrady, 4, looks through her haul of parade candy Saturday morning during the Lehigh River Days Parade.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Ron Hargrave, of Webster City, proves that chivalry isn't a thing of the past as he holds an umbrella for Beverly Long, of Lehigh, as they enjoy the Lehigh River Days Car Show Saturday. The blue car at left is Hargrave's.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Anna Slinker, 7, watches as Goldie Davis, 11, searches for the right sign to put on her tractor train car Saturday morning as they prepare for the Lehigh River Days Parade. Both were winners in their respective age brackets in the Little Mister and Miss pageant held Friday night.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Dwayne and Tammy Richardson, of Webster City, put the final polish on their 1969 Camaro Saturday for the Lehigh River Days Car Show. About 20 cars entered the show in downtown Lehigh.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
VinJuan Atcitty, 8, of Lehigh, celebrates his ring toss victory Saturday during Lehigh River Days. Atcitty threw all three rings at once onto the Dr. Seuss hat.

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