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PHOTOS: Carbondale Potato Day, continued

Prepping the day’s meal, volunteers cut meat Saturday, which was cooked underground for nearly two days prior to Carbondale’s 112th annual Potato Day celebration.
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Leading the parade, members of the American Legion Post 100 color guard march along Carbondale’s Main Street during the Potato Day parade Saturday.
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Pam and Dan Rosenthal, of Pam and Dan Music, serenade Potato Day attendees with folk tunes Saturday in Carbondale’s Sopris Park.
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Representatives and students of the Carbondale Community School ride a float Saturday during the 112th annual Potato Day parade.
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Digging for dinner, Potato Day volunteers clear piles of dirt from the top of an underground oven, in which the meat provided during Carbondale’s 112th annual Potato Day was cooked for nearly two days. Another pit contained potatoes and corn.
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