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  • LISA JAMES/Press Kathleen Falco, right, and Lyn Haney impart some attitude as they line dance to hip-hop with fellow members of BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Kathleen Falco listens to a reading of cowboy poetry during BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Hand-carved wood figures by Emily Silva, a self-taught Coeur díAlene artist, were displayed throughout the Bayview community center at BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/Press Terry McDonald models her tiny hat at BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Lyn Haney, center, flanked by Kathleen Falco, right, and Jenny Prince, laugh as Don Gardner reads cowboy poetry written by school children during BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/PressCindy Dupuis, right, plates ribs as chef Robin McKellar loads up a tray to serve members of BAB (Bayview Athol Belmont) during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/PressShirley McFaddan, right, and others line dance as fellow members of BAB (Bayview Athol Belmont) look on during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Lyn Haney watches instructions as she gets ready to line dance with fellow members of BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/PressShirley McFaddan, right, and others line dance as fellow members of BAB (Bayview Athol Belmont) look on during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

  • LISA JAMES/Press Kathleen Falco, right, and Lyn Haney impart some attitude as they line dance to hip-hop with fellow members of BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Kathleen Falco listens to a reading of cowboy poetry during BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

  • 2

    LISA JAMES/Press Hand-carved wood figures by Emily Silva, a self-taught Coeur díAlene artist, were displayed throughout the Bayview community center at BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/Press Terry McDonald models her tiny hat at BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Lyn Haney, center, flanked by Kathleen Falco, right, and Jenny Prince, laugh as Don Gardner reads cowboy poetry written by school children during BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/PressCindy Dupuis, right, plates ribs as chef Robin McKellar loads up a tray to serve members of BAB (Bayview Athol Belmont) during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/PressShirley McFaddan, right, and others line dance as fellow members of BAB (Bayview Athol Belmont) look on during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

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    LISA JAMES/Press Lyn Haney watches instructions as she gets ready to line dance with fellow members of BABís (Bayview Athol Belmont) during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday.

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    LISA JAMES/PressShirley McFaddan, right, and others line dance as fellow members of BAB (Bayview Athol Belmont) look on during their Wild West Social at the community center in Bayview on Tuesday

The ladies of BAB (Bayview, Athol, Belmont), a social group functioning for 60 years in Kootenai Countyís northern reaches, channel their inner cowgirls during a May 16 luncheon in Bayview.

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