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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

A DAY AT THE CIRCUS
Shrine Circus thrills audience
Matt Dixon

Two-year-old Brooklyn Quick watches in delight during the Shrine Circus while attending with her grandfather Randy Rubbins Tuesday evening at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island. The family friendly show presented by the Central Nebraska Shrine Club featured acrobatics, elephants, clowns, alligators, ponies, dogs and more. (Independent/Matt Dixon)
From: theindependent.com
Tue Feb 25, 2014.
The Central Nebraska Shrine Club presented the Shrine Circus Tuesday at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island.
The family-friendly show featured acrobatics, elephants, clowns, alligators, ponies, dogs and more

Matt Dixon
Bottom from left, Levi Hormann, Cohen Gaghagen and Seth Flodman, along with, top from left, Ava Gaghagen, Ali Flodman and baby Aubree and Melissa Flodman, enjoy cotton candy before performances start during the Shrine Circus Tuesday evening at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island. The family friendly show presented by the Central Nebraska Shrine Club featured acrobatics, elephants, clowns, alligators, ponies, dogs and more. (Independent/Matt Dixon)

Matt Dixon
Rietta Wallenda hangs from a hoop as her daughter Lyric Wallenda-Arestov dangles from silk behind her during the Shrine Circus Tuesday evening at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island. The family friendly show presented by the Central Nebraska Shrine Club featured acrobatics, elephants, clowns, alligators, ponies, dogs and more. (Independent/Matt Dixon)

Matt Dixon
Christine Plunkett performs her dog and pony show during the Shrine Circus Tuesday evening at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island. The family friendly show presented by the Central Nebraska Shrine Club featured acrobatics, elephants, clowns, alligators, ponies, dogs and more. (Independent/Matt Dixon)




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