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Those were the Delodaze

Kristine and Mary Ann Estremos.

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Kristine and Mary Ann Estremos. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Kiera De Kezel and Emily Janssens.

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Kiera De Kezel and Emily Janssens. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Emma, Dale and Chelsea Cory.

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Emma, Dale and Chelsea Cory. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

BACK: Brittany Phillips, Amy Morrison, Erin Anderson, Janice Moffat, Siggi Dekezel and Debbie Adams.  FRONT: Ainslee Laral, Kacey Moffat and Lauren Sambrook.

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BACK: Brittany Phillips, Amy Morrison, Erin Anderson, Janice Moffat, Siggi Dekezel and Debbie Adams. FRONT: Ainslee Laral, Kacey Moffat and Lauren Sambrook. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Close to 800 people attended the inaugural Delodaze in the town of Deloraine July 11-12 — a weekend filled with live music, fun activities for the kids, a burger battle contest, fireworks, food and much, much more.

Deloraine’s economic development officer Liza Park said planning for the first Delodaze began in October, and the town hopes to make it an annual event.

Live music throughout the weekend included my band, Misty Street, Ultimate Escape, Miss Daisy, Brad Johner, Left of Center, Harlequin and Until Red.

To find out more about this event, or about next year’s event, visit Deloraine online a: deloraine.org

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 19, 2014

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Close to 800 people attended the inaugural Delodaze in the town of Deloraine July 11-12 — a weekend filled with live music, fun activities for the kids, a burger battle contest, fireworks, food and much, much more.

Deloraine’s economic development officer Liza Park said planning for the first Delodaze began in October, and the town hopes to make it an annual event.

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Close to 800 people attended the inaugural Delodaze in the town of Deloraine July 11-12 — a weekend filled with live music, fun activities for the kids, a burger battle contest, fireworks, food and much, much more.

Deloraine’s economic development officer Liza Park said planning for the first Delodaze began in October, and the town hopes to make it an annual event.

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