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Seen on Scene: At the Spring Jamboree

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Manning the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce’s raffle and information booth during the Spring Jamboree on Saturday were, from left, Hope Sexton, Abbi Lagan, Kaitlin Swapp and Brina Marcus.

Meghan Shuman and Flynn Reiman were named Little Miss and Little Mister Boulder City after competing against 12 other youngsters during the pageant at the beginning of the Spring Jamboree.

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Avery Evans of Las Vegas brought her dog Zoey to the Spring Jamboree at Bicentennial Park. Zoey was named queen of the Bark in the Park contest.

Candy Moncayo, left, and Heather Abel of Boulder City strolled through the Spring Jamboree with their dogs Dee Dee and Reno.

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Downtown Dental sponsored a water-powered duck race at this year’s Spring Jamboree. Here staff members, from left, Felicia Cisco, Melanie Barlow and Esther Holmes take their turn racing.

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Siblings Braylin, left, and Brayan Whitney of Boulder City enjoy the jumper during their first visit to the Spring Jamboree.

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One of the costumed dinosaurs roaming the Spring Jamboree on Sunday to promote the Southern Nevada Gem & Mineral Society’s show joined belly dancers from Henderson.

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Activities for people of all ages, including a train ride, food and craft vendors, highlighted the annual Spring Jamboree presented by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce on Saturday and Sunday.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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