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Dutch Days delivers tradition in Fulton

Published: Monday, May 5, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Parker Kreider, 3, of Fulton eagerly pushes his broom down Fourth Street in Fulton during the street scrubbing Saturday at Fulton’s Dutch Days.
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Dutch klompen dancers perform traditional dances Saturday during Fulton’s Dutch Days.
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Luke Traver of Oostburg, Wis., roughly shapes a pair of Dutch klompen. Traver creates his klompen from solid pieces of wood, which he whittles away until he has a pair
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(Michael Krabbenhoeft/mkrabbenhoeft@saukvalley.com)
Dutch klompen could be seen all around town during Fulton's Dutch Days celebration.
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AJ Boonstra of Fulton spreads water during the street scrubbing Saturday at Fulton's Dutch Days.

Parker Kreider, 3, of Fulton eagerly pushes his broom down Fourth Street in Fulton during the street scrubbing Saturday at Fulton’s Dutch Days.

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