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Brinley Boeyink, 14 months, gets help from her grandpa, Scott Boeyink, as she tries out a hobby horse Sunday at Bob Anderson’s shop in Willmar. A group from First Presbyterian Church in Willmar assembled to get the train of horses decorated for this weekend’s Holidaze Parade. The horses, built by Anderson, have been part of the parade for six years. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Unofficial start to local holiday season kicks off this weekend

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WILLMAR - For the Willmar area, the annual Holidaze event represents the unofficial start to the holiday season. Holidaze also gives downtown businesses a chance to bring people through their doors and show them the “heart of the city.”

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Ashley White

Ashley White is the community content coordinator for the West Central Tribune. Follow her on Twitter @Ashley_WCT.


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