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No one feeling blue here

Published: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 7:17 a.m. CDT
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Luis Hernandez, 9, of Round Lake Park eats some corn on a stick during Blues Fest in Round Lake Park. Luis father, Carlos Hernandez, with Supermercado, San Judas, Inc., sold them during the blues festival.
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Bobby Miller, of Antioch performs with the Drunkyard Doggs blues band during Blues Fest in Round Lake Park.
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Natalie Ramirez, 7, of Round Lake Park and her sister, Brenda, 11, enjoy eating the candy from giant Pixy Stix during Blues Fest in Round Lake Park.
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Carlos Hernandez with Supermercado, San Judas, Inc. cooks steak on the grill for his steak tacos during Blues Fest in Round Lake Park.

ROUND LAKE PARK – The Round Lake area got the blues on Greenwood Drive in Round Lake Park on Saturday.

The event included music, bands and food. People of all ages showed up.

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