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Seen on Scene: At the Hero & First Responder Appreciation Day

Dallas Robinson suits up like a firefighter at the Boulder City Hero &First Responder Appreciation Day on Saturday at Bicentennial Park.

Santana Harper and her son, Briggs, get to know Odie, the first member of Boulder City’s Mounted Police Unit during the Hero &First Responder Appreciation Day on Saturday at Bicentennial Park.

Bicentennial Park was full of community members and visitors on Saturday who came to thank first responders at the Hero &First Responder Appreciation Day.

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Jay Granberry, from left, along with Michael Holliday, and Kurt Hedlund, pastors at Bethany Baptist Church, honor Boulder City Police Chief Tim Shea and the police department for the work it does at the Hero & First Responder Appreciation Day on Saturday.

City Councilman Warren Harhay thanks first responders at the Hero &First Responder Appreciation Day on Saturday.

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Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury pays tribute to first responders on Saturday at the Hero First Responder Appreciation Day held in Bicentennial Park.

Jay Granberry, far left, joins with Michael Holliday, second from left, and Kurt Hedlund, second from right, pastors at Bethany Baptist Church, to honor Boulder City Police Chief Tim Shea and the police department for the work they do during the Hero &First Responder Appreciation Day on Saturday.

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