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Seen on Scene: At Spring Jamboree

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Little Mister Boulder City Dane Wilcoxen and Little Miss Boulder City Emmie Hernandez are congratulated by Anna McKay of Dance Etc. after being crowned the winners of the pageant presented Saturday as part of the entertainment at the Spring Jamboree. Twelve young Boulder City residents competed, answering questions about themselves, including their favorite foods, things to do and special talents.

Tom Rowlett brought his 1971 Stutz Bear Cat, made to look like the 1914 model, to the Pan Draggers and Boulder City Cruisin’ Association’s Rod Run Car Show, held Saturday and Sunday as part of the Spring Jamboree. It is one of 12 made on the chassis of an International Scout. Rowlett said he gets the “fun of 1914 without the pain” of trying to find parts to keep the car operational.

Jaeger, owned by Thomas Alberts, left, and Daniel Schlyter of Las Vegas, won first place in the scruffiest dog category during the Bark in the Park contest Saturday as part of the Spring Jamboree festivities.

Organizers of the Southern Nevada Gem and Mineral Society’s annual show, held as part of the Spring Jamboree on Saturday and Sunday shared a public health message by putting a face mask on its dinosaur display.

Sanitation stations were placed throughout the parks in Boulder City on Saturday and Sunday to help keep people safe as large-scale events resumed, starting with Spring Jamboree.

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A business expo was part of the Spring Jamboree presented Saturday and Sunday in Bicentennial Park by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce.

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Cars in every color of the rainbow and of every make and model highlighted the Pan Draggers and Boulder City Cruisin’ Association’s Rod Run Car Show, held as part of the Spring Jamboree on Saturday and Sunday in North Escalante Park.

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A 1950s hood ornament adorns a Chevrolet on display in the Pan Draggers and Boulder City Cruisin’ Association’s Rod Run Car Show held Saturday and Sunday as part of the Spring Jamboree in downtown Boulder City.

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Two young girls, who are taking classes at Dance Etc., show off their tap dancing skills to the song “Lollipop” on Saturday as part of the entertainment at the Spring Jamboree, presented by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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