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Lehigh River Days

-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Children scramble Saturday morning to collect parade candy during the Lehigh River Days parade in downtown Lehigh.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Webster County Beef Queen Lauren Eslick, 17, of Dayton, doesn't mess around when it comes to tossing parade candy during the annual Lehigh River Days parade Saturday.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Reno Jondle, 2, of Dayton, heads for the next piece of candy to collect Saturday morning during the annual Lehigh River Days parade in downtown Lehigh.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Brittany Fiala, of Moorland, at left, along with Hunter Sorenson, of Lehigh, remove a big chunk of concrete as they help prepare the mud for the mud volleyball games at the annual Lehigh River Days celebration.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Jacob Crouch, of Webster City, gives mechanical bull riding a try Saturday morning at the annual Lehigh River Days celebration. Crouch is a former log-rolling champion who said, "This year I'm here for first place."
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Lucas Doud, of Fort Dodge, still manages a big smile even after falling off the log Saturday afternoon during the log rolling competition at Lehigh River Days.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Farrah Tuel, 13, of Lehigh, goes for a muddy return Saturday during mud volleyball at the annual Lehigh River Days celebration. Her team was the Pink Starbursts.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Dustin Pannkuk, of Webster City, plays tic tac toe with his son, Xander Pannkuk, 10, as they wait for the Lehigh River Days parade to get started Saturday morning in downtown Lehigh.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Tarad Smith, of Lehigh, got her clown makeup a little muddy Saturday afternoon after a game of mud volleyball during the annual Lehigh River Days celebration.
-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Jesse Wilson performs Saturday afternoon during the annual Lehigh River Days celebration in Lehigh.

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