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Photos: 82nd Annual Northwest Water Carnival rushes into town

Clara Frank, 2, smiles as she plays catch. Clara got a large beach ball from the Toddler Trot. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)1 / 10
A little boy reaches for a ball during the Toddler Trot. Children were able to take the balls home following the event. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)2 / 10
A dog dries off following the Pup Plunge. Dogs of all sizes and breeds participated in this year's event. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)3 / 10
The Totland brothers, Brian and Lane, kicked up some mud in their battle to win the SUV/compact truck/mini-van division at Saturday night's Water Carnival Demolition Derby. Brian Totland ultimately walked away witih the first place trophy, while Lane Totland came in second. (Vicki Gerdes/Tribune)4 / 10
The Water Carnival trolley awaits its first riders. The trolley gave rides throughout Family Day. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)5 / 10
This recreation of the Disney "Planes" movie character Dusty was at the Detroit Lakes Airport Saturday to help tempt kids into trying the world of aviation. (Vicki Gerdes/Tribune)6 / 10
Miss Northwest 2016, Hailey Jutz, and Miss Northwest Outstanding Teen 2016, Karleen Wilde, wave their titles goodbye just before the 2017 titles are awarded. They both shed tears at their farewell. (Cassidy Ziegler/Tribune)7 / 10
A dog dries off following the Pup Plunge. Dogs of all sizes and breeds participated in this year's event. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)8 / 10
A magician performs a trick at Family Day. He jokingly told the audience, "The trick is that there is a hole in the rings," before sticking his arm through the center of the rings. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)9 / 10
Casy Nunn (in the car with the white hood) came out on top of the compact car division for the second year in a row at Saturday night's Water Carnival Demolition Derby. (Vicki Gerdes/Tribune)10 / 10
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