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Updated: 03/13/2014 08:00:04AM

Interlake Merchants Street Party draws hundreds

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JOURNAL PHOTO BY KIM LEATHERMAN


Youngsters of all ages danced in the street Friday night at the Interlake Merchants Street Party.

JOURNAL PHOTO BY KIM LEATHERMAN


Lazaro and Juan Perez tried out one of the personal water crafts on display at the Friday night street party.

JOURNAL PHOTO BY KIM LEATHERMAN


Aaron Jeffries of lake Placid checks out one of the classic cars on display.

JOURNAL PHOTO BY KIM LEATHERMAN


Guy LaBree (at right), a mural artist and renowned for his depictions of Seminole Indian history and culture, was at the street party with his wife, Pat.

JOURNAL PHOTO BY KIM LEATHERMAN


The drum line from the Lake Placid High School band provided a lively beat at the Interlake Street Party.

JOURNAL PHOTO BY KIM LEATHERMAN


Lorri Lammie participated in the chili cook-off at the Interlake Street Party.

By KIM LEATHERMAN

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Merchants from all over Lake Placid converged on Interlake Boulevard to participate in Street Party festivities Friday evening. Visitors were able to visit shops that are normally closed in the evenings. Lake Placid Morning Rotary Club sponsored the successful night.

Napa Auto Parts sponsored a classic car and truck show and visitors were able to vote for their favorite. Balloting determined a 1928 Ford pickup truck was the cream of the crop. John Guy is the proud owner of the Ford and a new toolbox from Napa as his prize.

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