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Kite Fest takes flight

Organizers hope event provides day of good old-fashioned family fun

4:27 PM, Jun. 21, 2013
Giant kites, similar to these at Kites Over Lake Michigan festival at Neshotah Beach in Two Rivers, will be featured in Green Bay at the first Fly A Kite Fest.
Giant kites, similar to these at Kites Over Lake Michigan festival at Neshotah Beach in Two Rivers, will be featured in Green Bay at the first Fly A Kite Fest.
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Anyone who has viewed the city of Green Bay from the top of the Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge or through aerial shots of the city has a hard time picking out the businesses and homes among the trees that make up Titletown.

While most of the time that's a point of pride for the community it can be troublesome when you're planning a kite flying event that will feature kites that are 100 feet or larger.

"We have a lot of trees," Dawn Miller, outreach and communications specialist with Family and Childcare Resources of N.E.W., says with a bit of a laugh. ...

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