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Bluebonnet Days events return to the park
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Two young people bust out laughing as they compete against one another in “Sumo Suits” – part of the Bluebonnet Days fun and games at Joe Gulley Park in Kenedy Saturday. For the first time since 2010, Bluebonnet Days events happened at the park and locals and visitors alike showed their appreciation, turning out in large crowds for all the fun, food, and musical entertainment.
Joe Baker photo Two young people bust out laughing as they compete against one another in “Sumo Suits” – part of the Bluebonnet Days fun and games at Joe Gulley Park in Kenedy Saturday. For the first time since 2010, Bluebonnet Days events happened at the park and locals and visitors alike showed their appreciation, turning out in large crowds for all the fun, food, and musical entertainment.
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Members of the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Royal Court wave to the crowd as the Bluebonnet Days Float passes along Main Street in Kenedy Saturday morning during the Bluebonnet Days Parade.
Joe Baker photo Members of the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Royal Court wave to the crowd as the Bluebonnet Days Float passes along Main Street in Kenedy Saturday morning during the Bluebonnet Days Parade.
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Dr. Wade Phelps and members of the Kenedy Horned Toad Club make their way down Main Street during the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Parade Saturday morning. Phelps and the club were honored as Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Parade Grand Marshals this year.
Joe Baker photo Dr. Wade Phelps and members of the Kenedy Horned Toad Club make their way down Main Street during the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Parade Saturday morning. Phelps and the club were honored as Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Parade Grand Marshals this year.
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Members of the Kenedy High School Mighty Lion Band march down Main Street in Kenedy Saturday morning as part of the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Parade.
Joe Baker photo Members of the Kenedy High School Mighty Lion Band march down Main Street in Kenedy Saturday morning as part of the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Parade.
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A young visitor to Bluebonnet Days events at the park waits patiently in line for one of the many games set up at the annual event sponsored by the Kenedy Chamber of Commerce.
Joe Baker photo A young visitor to Bluebonnet Days events at the park waits patiently in line for one of the many games set up at the annual event sponsored by the Kenedy Chamber of Commerce.
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A pair of boys scales the climbing wall during Bluebonnet Days in Kenedy Saturday.
Joe Baker photo A pair of boys scales the climbing wall during Bluebonnet Days in Kenedy Saturday.
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A Sonic tater tot waves to the crowd during the Bluebonnet Days Parade.
Joe Baker photo A Sonic tater tot waves to the crowd during the Bluebonnet Days Parade.
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The Bluebonnet Days Queen and Court enjoy the festival Saturday at Joe Gulley Park.  Pictured here are, from left, 2nd runner up Priscilla Torres, Miss Bluebonnet Days Queen Lauren Hernandez and 1st runner up Teryn Schmidt.
Contributed photo The Bluebonnet Days Queen and Court enjoy the festival Saturday at Joe Gulley Park. Pictured here are, from left, 2nd runner up Priscilla Torres, Miss Bluebonnet Days Queen Lauren Hernandez and 1st runner up Teryn Schmidt.
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Pictured here is a group of ConocoPhillips Employee volunteers, family members and a Northwest Vista college student who assisted with the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Children activities at Joe Gulley Park Saturday.
Contributed photo Pictured here is a group of ConocoPhillips Employee volunteers, family members and a Northwest Vista college student who assisted with the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days Children activities at Joe Gulley Park Saturday.
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Locals and visitors celebrated the 2013 Kenedy Bluebonnet Days events this past weekend.
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