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Broadview celebrates 100 years

Published: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 1:12 p.m. CST
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Joshua Bailey, 16, of Broadview, takes aim in timed basketball shooting. As part of celebrating its 100th anniversary, Broadview holds an all day party in Broadview Square Mall's parking lot on Saturday.
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Kaylee Harris, 9, of Broadview, admires the design painted on her cheek by B-NOZ the clown. As part of celebrating its 100th anniversary, Broadview holds an all day party in Broadview Square Mall's parking lot on Saturday.
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Norman Braga (left) and retired Broadview Police Chief Jim Tepper share a laugh at the village's 100th anniversary party in Broadview Square Mall's parking lot on Saturday.
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Elijah Holand, 8, of Hillside, pedals vigorously to light all 6 bulbs at the ComEd booth. As part of celebrating its 100th anniversary, Broadview holds an all day party in Broadview Square Mall's parking lot on Saturday.
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Shawn Harris, 8, of Maywood, opens wide for a hamburger , hot off the grill at Broadview's 100th anniversary party in Broadview Square Mall's parking lot on Saturday.

BROADVIEW – The village of Broadview hosted a 100th anniversary celebration for residents and nearby community members on Saturday.

The anniversary festivities began at 1 p.m. at Broadview Square Mall, 102 Broadview Village Sq. The free party consisted of a parade, live entertainment, food vendors and more for guests to enjoy.

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