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Buffalo Lake's talented singer performs anthem at Timberwolves game

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BUFFALO LAKE - Buffalo Lake’s famous singer of the national anthem performed for fans at the Minnesota Timberwolves game on March 30. McKaia Ryberg, 14, was absolutely in her glory singing at the start of the game, said her parents, Brian and Sandy Ryberg. The young singer has performed for the inauguration of Governor Mark Dayton and a visit to Minneapolis by President Barack Obama. The singer and her sisters enjoyed a memorable experience, and had fun visiting the Timberwolves’ mascot Crunch.  See her performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaAENdu07ok                

Moon crescent end of road Feb1 2014_CROP
Crescent moon with road Bob King

BUFFALO LAKE - Buffalo Lake’s famous singer of the national anthem performed for fans at the Minnesota Timberwolves game on March 30.McKaia Ryberg, 14, was absolutely in her glory singing at the start of the game, said her parents, Brian and Sandy Ryberg.The young singer has performed for the inauguration of Governor Mark Dayton and a visit to Minneapolis by President Barack Obama.The singer and her sisters enjoyed a memorable experience, and had fun visiting the Timberwolves’ mascot Crunch. See her performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaAENdu07ok        

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