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Spammy Jammy 2012 at the Little Bar in Goodland

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- From left, Melissa Conner,Kristina Kitchen, Lindsay Koehler and Alex Larson have their pictures taken in the photo booth at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.

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David Albers/Staff - From left, Melissa Conner,Kristina Kitchen, Lindsay Koehler and Alex Larson have their pictures taken in the photo booth at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.

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- Gary Krist, of Marco Islands, center, samples 'Spamish Eggs' while judging the food contest with fellow Marco Island residents Beth Gatt, left, Larry Purvis and Peggy Koelle, right, at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- A Spam sculpture of Goodland legend Stan Gober awaits judging at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Laurie and Mark Diefenthaler, of Goodland, put the finishing touches on their 'Sandusky Time' sculpture at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Little Bar owner Ray Bozicnik plants a kiss on Carey Willets, of Clinton, Conn., as a greeting to the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Tom Spegal, left, of Naples, puts the finishing touches on his Spamster sculpture as Jim Bergemann, center, of Marco Island, and Tom Fallon, of Naples, look on at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- From left, Melissa Conner,Kristina Kitchen, Lindsay Koehler and Alex Larson have their pictures taken in the photo booth at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Little Bar owner Ray Bozicnik poses for photo booth pictures with Sandy Cerutti, of Marco Island, at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Little Bar owner Ray Bozicnik entertains his guests at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Musician John Lowbridge performs at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Al Parker, of Virginia Beach, Va., poses with a 'Sandusky Tim' sculpture at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Little Bar employee Lisa Kiefer, of Naples, snaps pictures of the various contest entries at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Marco Island residents Pat Patterson, Sue Vajner and Betsy Novakovich, left to right, take in Naples resident Joanne Recht's entry in the sculpture contest at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
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- Little Bar owner Ray Bozicnik entertains his guests at the 20th annual Spammy Jammy at the Little Bar on Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Goodland. The annual Spam- and pajama-themed tradition celebrates the end of season with the hopes to superstitiously ward-off any pending hurricanes with good vibes.
  • The party spills out into the parking lot. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The party spills out into the parking lot. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The sculpture brings out offbbeat creativity. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Wade Mundinger 'plays' his Spam guitar. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Judge Gary Krist with Little Bar co-owner Ray Bozicnik. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Marco Islander Guy Glover samples his own 'Spamicatessen' food entry. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • 'Sultan of Spam' Ray Bozicnik sports his Rich Uncle Pennybags costume.  Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • 'Sultan of Spam' Ray Bozicnik, left, loses half of his Rich Uncle Pennybags mustache.  Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jessica Rigor wears a pair of glowing horns. Spammy Jammy, the annual Goodland festival to ward off hurricanes with sleepwear and Spam sculpture, took place Saturday night at the Little Bar. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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