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Sparks fly at Hot Iron Days

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A Saturday scene from Hot Iron Days in Lamberton. (Aaron Hagen/Daily Globe)
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Mike Hubert, Lamberton, pours a ladle of melted iron into a mold Saturday afternoon as part of the Lamberton Hot Iron Days celebration. (Aaron Hagen/Daily Globe)

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