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Christmas Festival shopping
on Dec 4, 2011 at 10:59 a.m.
Photos by Brian Hansel Kristi Worden purchases Christmas items from Barry Kirchoff at the annual Wadena Christmas Festival Saturday in the Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary School gym.
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Paul Imholte "The Stringman" performs a number at Saturday's Christmas Festival.
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Deanne Papp of Minneapolis works on a crafts project as she mans a booth at the Christmas Festival.
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Adam Leverson and Joey Pate demonstrate their robotic device as part of a Christmas Festival Fundraiser. The robot cost $8,000 and took six months to build.
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Nancy, Katie and Lacey Schik looked over crafts at Saturday's Christmas Festival.
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