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Routt County in photos: June 28, 2013

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Young actor Lauren Eck plays a member of the Green family in "The Rainbow Connection" on Friday morning in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library. The play was written by Emily Stout for the Children's Theater Workshop. Photo by John F. Russell

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Young actor Maya Kissane plays the role of the Leprechaun Queen in The Rainbow Connection Friday morning in Library Hall at the Bud Werner Memorial Library. The play was written by Emily Stout for the Children's Theater Workshop. Photo by John F. Russell

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Young performer Alena Rossi plays her violin in "The Rainbow Connection" on Friday morning in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Photo by John F. Russell

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Young actor Claire Bohmer plays the role of Rosie in "The Rainbow Connection" on Friday morning in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bruce Hayes plays the part of the Leprechaun King alongside Maya Kissane, the Leprechaun Queen, in the production of "The Rainbow Connection" on Friday morning in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Photo by John F. Russell

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Laurel Watson, curator of the Hayden Heritage Center, speaks Friday afternoon about the facts and lore behind the Brooklyn neighborhood during the Brown Bag Lunch Series at the Tread of Pioneers Museum in Steamboat Springs. Watson has spent years researching the area's tainted history and has written a book about documenting the stories behind many of the red-light districts in Colorado. Stories that are woven, for better or worse, into our town’s Western heritage. Photo by John F. Russell

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Members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity passed through Steamboat on Friday as part of their Journey of Hope. In its 26th year, the summer excursion includes fraternity brothers and alumni cycling 4,000 miles through 32 states and raising more than $500,000 in donations for people with disabilities. Courtesy photo

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The Little Laxers program, an introduction to lacrosse for 7- and 8-year-olds put on by Steamboat Youth Lacrosse, finished Friday with a water balloon fight and a pizza party. The program, which was run by Jake and Andy Flax, featured two-hour sessions for five days. Submitted by: Toria Kuntz.

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Little Laxers. Submitted by: Heather Park.

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Little Laxers. Submitted by: Heather Park.

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Little Laxers. Submitted by: Heather Park.

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Little Laxers. Submitted by: Heather Park.

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Little Laxers. Submitted by: Heather Park.

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Little Laxers. Submitted by: Heather Park.

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Still a bit of ice on Gilpin Lake in the Mt. Zirkel Wilderness Area. Submitted by: Jeff Hall.

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A pair of Red-tailed Hawk chicks on their nest on Emerald Mountain. Submitted by: David Moulton.

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Sunset in Steamboat on Friday near the free concert. Submitted by: Sam Daniels.

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Susan Williams enjoying the Strawberry Park Hot Springs. Submitted by: Charles Williams.

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