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Candy Cane Christmas 2012

Thanks to unseasonably warm weather, Bonner Springs had likely the largest turnout ever for its annual Christmas event, Candy Cane Christmas, Monday in the downtown area of Bonner Springs. As always, it featured the Vaughn-Trent Christmas Parade and Mayor's Christmas Tree Lighting, and this year included a new event: the Feed His Lambs Chili Dinner.

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Members of Vaughn-Trent Community Services' board of directors carry the banner down Oak Street to ...

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Several youngsters in the group "Off-Roading Elves" drove battery-operated toy cars in the parade. The ...

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Members of BnB Design wave from the back of their truck entry. The Bonner-based firm ...

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The Bonner Springs Parks and Recreation Department's miniature train makes its way down Oak Street.

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Santa Claus waves to the crowd from the back of his horse-drawn carriage.

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Dressed in matching Cinderella gowns, twins Savannah (left) and Shaianne Mueller watch the parade go ...

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This duo made their way down Oak Street on a tandem bicycle.

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Members of the Bonner Springs Elementary School choir sing carols during the Mayor's Christmas Tree ...

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Members of the Bonner Springs Mayor's Youth Council pull switch to light the Mayor's Christmas ...

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Rob Green fills his bowl with white chili at the Feed His Lambs Chili Dinner.

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Siblings Tyler and Grace Le try out some chili — and candy canes, in Grace's ...

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Lydia Fritz (left) visits Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus at the Sunflower Room in the ...

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