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King Turkey Day celebration

A dancer entertains the crowd as part of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1161 entry in the King Turkey Day parade. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe2 / 13
A member of the Dance Academy does a flip for the crowd as she moves through the parade route. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe3 / 13
Members of the Central Lyon High School Band perform during Saturday’s King Turkey Day Parade in downtown Worthington. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe4 / 13
Members of the Worthington High School Class of 1959 ride through the King Turkey Day parade as part of their 55th class reunion festivities. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe5 / 13
YMCA float riders do the actions to the YMCA song as they ride through the parade route. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe6 / 13
Dancers entertain the crowd as part of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1161 entry in the King Turkey Day parade. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe7 / 13
A mini safari travels down the street during the Kiddie Parade. Daily Globe8 / 13
Reese Van Meeteren, 9, of Sheldon, Iowa, enjoys one of the kids’ activities Saturday afternoon at the Nobles County Fairgrounds. Ryan McGaughey/Daily Globe9 / 13
Riley Widboom (center) leads the way at the start of the King Turkey Day Kiddie Parade, which returned to festival’s schedule this year. Ryan McGaughey/Daily Globe10 / 13
Past King Turkey Day Race Team members help guide a giant inflatable turkey down 10th Street near the start of the parade Saturday in downtown Worthington. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe11 / 13
Hundreds of walkers get their exercise Saturday morning during the YMCA’s 5K Family Fun Walk. Ryan McGaughey/Daily Globe12 / 13
A dancer entertains the crowd as part of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1161 entry in the King Turkey Day parade. Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe13 / 13
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