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  • Spirits high despite soggy start to holiday weekend

    A light drizzle did not dampen the spirits of musician Bo Claxton and his band, Homemade Jamm, as they blasted out tunes including "You Are My Sunshine" for shoppers that turned out Saturday to begin their Fourth of July holiday weekend with music and a bit of shopping at the Merriam Farmers Market.

A light drizzle did not dampen the spirits of musician Bo Claxton and his band, Homemade Jamm, as they blasted out tunes including "You Are My Sunshine" for shoppers that turned out Saturday to begin their Fourth of July holiday weekend with music and a bit of shopping at the Merriam Farmers Market. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
A light drizzle did not dampen the spirits of musician Bo Claxton and his band, Homemade Jamm, as they blasted out tunes including "You Are My Sunshine" for shoppers that turned out Saturday to begin their Fourth of July holiday weekend with music and a bit of shopping at the Merriam Farmers Market. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

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