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  • (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) “Farmer Raye” Johnson gives her pig a scritch on the chin as she waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions’ Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)Young bicyclists wait for the start of the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) Parker Shorland, the son of Matt and Brittany Shorland of Sandpoint, kicks back as he waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions’ Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A young parade participant waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)Young parade fans watch as the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade passes by their Church Street location during the Fourth of July on Wednesday.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A youngster pulls a wagon during the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade on the Fourth of July Wednesday.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A youngster waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade on the Fourth of July Wednesday.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)Mason Shaffer of Sandpoint puts the finishing touches on his patriotic garb as the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade gets set to start Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A youngster takes part in the Kids Parade to kick off the Fourth of July fun. The parade is the first of two parades put on by the Sandpoint Lions Club to celebrate America's independence.

  • (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) “Farmer Raye” Johnson gives her pig a scritch on the chin as she waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions’ Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)Young bicyclists wait for the start of the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) Parker Shorland, the son of Matt and Brittany Shorland of Sandpoint, kicks back as he waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions’ Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A young parade participant waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)Young parade fans watch as the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade passes by their Church Street location during the Fourth of July on Wednesday.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A youngster pulls a wagon during the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade on the Fourth of July Wednesday.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A youngster waits for the start of the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade on the Fourth of July Wednesday.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)Mason Shaffer of Sandpoint puts the finishing touches on his patriotic garb as the Sandpoint Lions' Kids Parade gets set to start Wednesday on the Fourth of July.

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    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER)A youngster takes part in the Kids Parade to kick off the Fourth of July fun. The parade is the first of two parades put on by the Sandpoint Lions Club to celebrate America's independence.

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