2018 Strassenfest Parade

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    Little Miss Strassenfest contestant Clara Letterman of Jasper, 7, rode on a float with other Little Miss Strassenfest contestants during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. This year's parade had 128 entries. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Ileigh Klem of Celestine, 5, waited for customers at her lemonade stand during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. "It's Ileigh's Christmas present," said Karli Klem, Ileigh's mother. The family built the stand last week so she could make use of it during the parade. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Anna Lechner of Shoals rode her thoroughbred horse, Blanco, during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Emory Schroeder of Kalamazoo, Mich., 11, used a bag of ice to cool off during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. Emory was visiting her grandmother, Donna Schroeder of Jasper, for the weekend with her family. "They love Jasper. They want to live here," Donna Schroeder said. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Katherine Woebkenberg of Jasper, 8, performed an aerial cartwheel during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Miss Strassenfest Hannah Rydberg of Jasper waved and said "Hey, grandma!" during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    William Patterson of Austin, Texas, held out a pair of pants to catch candy during the parade of the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest on Sunday. William was in town for the Strassenfest weekend along with other family members visiting his grandparents. Nic Antaya/The Herald