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Seen on Scene: At the Würst Fest

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Dale Ryan, a member of the Rotary Club of Boulder City, and Amy Carvalho, past president of Boulder City Sunrise Rotary, grilled bratwurst at the annual Würst Festival in Bicentennial Park on Saturday.

Helping with the silent auction at Boulder City Sunrise Rotary’s annual Würst Fest fundraiser on Saturday were, from left, Brian Williams, Cyndy Anderson and Doug Scheppmann.

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McKenzie Simmons, 4, of Boulder City prepares to paint a rock in the kids zone at Boulder City Sunrise Rotary’s annual Würst Fest in Bicentennial Park on Saturday.

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People browse through the items available in the silent auction at Boulder City Sunrise Rotary Club’s annual Würst Fest fundraiser on Saturday.

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The Würst Dam Car Show, part of Boulder City Sunrise Rotary’s annual Würst Fest funderaiser, attracted vehicles of all makes, models and years. They filled Wilbur Square Park.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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