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A gaggle of water-loving youth get cooled off under the new giant bucket feature that is part of the splash pad in Kearney's Lions Park. The p…

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Two boys, slathered in protective sunscreen, enjoy the swing set that is part of the park's new features in downtown Kearney. Lions Memorial P…

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Christy Grover and her baby, Isabella Grover, enjoy some of the fountain features during the park remodel opening in Kearney's Lions Park.

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Dex Kelley, clad in his dinosaur swim trunks, peaks around his mother, Haley Kelley, while playing in the water in Lions Park.

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Two youngsters get their literal fill at the splash pad in Kearney's Lions Park, using a plastic container to catch water spraying from one of…

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Gracelyn Kelley gets help from mom, Haley Kelley, to squirt other parkgoers at the reopening of Kearney’s Lions Park Friday, June 18.

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Getting up close for a shot of the bucket splash, the Courier-Tribune photographer got a bit wet during the grand reopening of Kearney’s Lions Park.

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Clearly enjoying their time in the water, Kyla and Barrett Trujillo, are all smiles. Kearney held a community grand reopening for the park aft…

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Throngs of Kearney families enjoyed the grand reopening of downtown's Lions Park Friday, June 18, in the 300 block of Jefferson Street. The pa…

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Twisting and spinning in the water in Lions Park are Makenna Sallee, Isla Downing and Avery Sallee. For more scenes from the event and stories…

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To earn a donation to the park fund, Mayor Randy Pogue, pictured in center and dressed in a Kearney Bulldog purple tuxedo complete with gleami…

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Olivia Alder, daughter of Heidi Alder of Kearney, runs full steam into the cooling water of the Lions Park splash pad during the park reopenin…

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Olivia Alder, 2, squeals as the cold water of Lions Park's new splash pad hits her skin Friday, June 18.

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As children play on the nearby playground and in the water of the splash pad, other parkgoers enjoy the shade provided by Lions Park's new she…

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One youth tries to push the water away from a pouring bucket Friday, June 18, at the splash pad in Lions Memorial Park.

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Getting up close for a shot of the bucket splash, the Courier-Tribune photographer got a bit wet.

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Dozens of Kearney and nearby youth enjoy the water features of Kearney's Lions Park's new splash pad.

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