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Seven-year-old Ryleigh Todd-Moore (left) sits on her mother's lap while singing and drumming with a drum group on a float under a Main Street bridge Saturday.

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Seven-year-old Ryleigh Todd-Moore (left) sits on her mother's lap while singing and drumming with a drum group on a float under a Main Street bridge Saturday. Photo Store

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Updated on Sunday, September 22, 2013 at 10:53 AM CDT: Updates photos.

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