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With sirens piercing the cool, sunny morning, Bagdad Days was under way Saturday. Countless fire trucks and rescue vehicles were ushered in by the fireman honor guard and led the way for horses, antique cars and tractors. Participants threw candy to waiting children in the crowd and even handed out some free flowers to moms as early Mother's Day presents. The parade was just the beginning to the day, as vendors and politicians set up tents to talk, and the grills began to smoke with the scent of hamburgers, hotdogs and steak for lunch.
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