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Don't Miss Out

June 7, 2014

Siblings Kadar and Vinita pose for the camera
Tribune Photo/Wendy Hayworth

There's only a short while left to see white tigers here in Lee's Summit during the annual Downtown Days Streets Alive Festival. 

Say hello to Gita (gift from an angel), her daughter Vinita (graceful lady) and her son Kadar (strong soul).
"They are loving the attention," manager and handler Lisa Lopez said. "They love to hear people talk and move around. So, this is cool to them."

Admission is $3, free for children 2 and under, and free for uniformed personnel.
For $10 groups can feed the tigers and have their photo taken.


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