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Jingle Grigsby, 14, left, and Lynell Burhenn, 16, clap for the Fort Wayne Children's Choir after it performed Japanese songs during the 8th annual Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival on Sunday at the Allen County Public Library plaza.
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