Briley Hicks, 6, left, Joey Faletti, Bubba Hicks, 2, and Krissy Hicks took aim for prizes during the annual Downtown Days festival in Lee’s Summit.
Briley Hicks, 6, left, Joey Faletti, Bubba Hicks, 2, and Krissy Hicks took aim for prizes during the annual Downtown Days festival in Lee’s Summit. File photo
Briley Hicks, 6, left, Joey Faletti, Bubba Hicks, 2, and Krissy Hicks took aim for prizes during the annual Downtown Days festival in Lee’s Summit. File photo

Three days of music, food and fun on tap at Downtown Days

June 02, 2017 12:00 AM

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