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Seen on Scene: At the Würst Festival

Photos by Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

Dale Ryan, left, and Dr. Robert Merrell grilled bratwursts and hot dogs Saturday during the annual Würst Festival presented by Boulder City Sunrise Rotary. Funds from the event are used to underwrite the drug and alcohol-free graduation celebration for Boulder City High School seniors.

Boulder City Sunrise Rotary club members Lou Krumm, left, and Tami McKay helped register people to bid on the silent and live auctions at the Würst Festival on Saturday in Bicentennial Park in downtown Boulder City.

William Tessmer, a volunteer with Boulder City Police Department, and Sgt. Craig Tomao helped keep the peace at Saturday’s Würst Festival presented by Boulder City Sunrise Rotary in Bicentennial Park in downtown Boulder City.

Helping sell and prepare food for Boulder City Sunrise Rotary’s annual Würst Festival on Saturday were, from left, Bernie Schultz, Lori Merrell and Mugsy Schultz.

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

A 1977 Volkswagen Westfalia was among the vehicles on display at the Wurst Dam Car Show on Saturday presented by Boulder City Cruisin’ Association as part of the annual Wurst Festival. Eric Arnold of Las Vegas said he has owned the camper van for about 20 years.

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

A 1957 Pontiac Safari was among the vehicles on display at the Wurst Dam Car Show on Saturday presented by Boulder City Cruisin’ Association as part of the annual Wurst Festival.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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