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Properly mowing your lawn requires more than just running the mower over your grass once ...
Aaron Mills, with Mills Construction, measures out a section of a house he and other ...
Antique John Deere tractors were on display during the parade.
De Soto Mayor Dave Anderson waves to the crowd during the parade.
Vivy Saylors dressed up as Lady Liberty for the parade.
Opal Stephens, left, holds Isaac Stephens while she walked Jessica Maestas and her daughter Gracie ...
Sydney Selk tries out a hula hoop.
Elvyn Jones, the former editor of the De Soto Explorer newspaper, was this year's grand ...
Caleb Hayes, left, Isabella Simoes, Joel Hayes and Landon Simoes show off their clown nose ...
LuLuBell the clown puts a clown nose sticker on Tim Hayes.
Landon Tripp, left, Sydney Stephens and Jessica Stephens sit back and relax before the parade ...
The De Soto High School cheerleaders performed during the parade.
Chris Biggs shows some extra talents by playing a banjo down 83rd Street.
The De Soto High School band once again made an appearance in the parade.
Chris Vandraska rides in his antique 1947 John Deere tractor in the parade with his ...
Steve Haro, and his father Aurelio Haro ride their horses in the parade.
Maycee Steele, Shawnee, is taking on the role of Tessie as part of Shawnee Mission ...
After the sun had gone down sufficiently, the Farm Dinner's five-course meal began.
P.J. Tavor-Ballagh cuts up homemade bread made by Margin Hall.
Bethany Ashlock, pours Prairie Village resident Nancy Nicolay, right and Overland Park resident Myrna Minnisa ...
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