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PHOTO: Mardi gras masks

Irma Arnesen, 90, from left, Hazel Sundquist, 88, and Ulala Whyte, 91, celebrate Fat Tuesday on the eve of Ash Wednesday with homemade masks during a Mardi Gras Party at Bethesda Pleasant View in Willmar. The party featured mini-pancakes.

Bethesda Pleasant View Mardi Gras
Irma Arnesen, 90, from left, Hazel Sundquist, 88, and Ulala Whyte, 91, celebrate Fat Tuesday on the eve of Ash Wednesday with homemade masks during a Mardi Gras Party at Bethesda Pleasant View in Willmar. The party featured mini-pancakes. (RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE)

Irma Arnesen, 90, from left, Hazel Sundquist, 88, and Ulala Whyte, 91, celebrate Fat Tuesday on the eve of Ash Wednesday with homemade masks during a Mardi Gras Party at Bethesda Pleasant View in Willmar. The party featured mini-pancakes.

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