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Posted by Randy on 2014/7/10 9:26:57 (179 reads) News by the same author

Galt Community Fair activities are Thursday, July 10th, through Sunday, July 13th with a multitude of activities.

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It begins Thursday evening with a spaghetti supper at the fire station from 5 until
8 o'clock. The meal is sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fire Protection District.

Judging of 4-H exhibits will be Friday morning at the fire station. Entries also are accepted for quilts, crafts, flower arrangements, and garden items. Friday night's entertainment has the fire department presentation at 6:30 followed at 8 o'clock by music performed by Hammertoe and the Fun Guys.

Saturday events include the baby show at Galt Baptist Church at 9 o'clock that morning—contests are held in 4 age groups with boys and girls judged separately.

A variety of street contests begin at 10 o'clock. For Saturday evening, the kiddie parade will be followed by the adult parade. Participants are to be in line by 5 o'clock for judging – kids beside the bank building , adults at the ball park. The 8 o'clock music show includes the Country Road Runners featuring singer, Marjorie Horton of Humeston, Iowa. Saturday evening drawings are sponsored by Galt Lions Club, the Galt Firefighters Ladies Auxiliary and Grundy R-5 schools' FFA chapter. Winners will be announced in the prince and princess contests with participants representing Kindergarten through 5th grade. The lunch room opens at 11 both Friday and Saturday.

Sunday, community church services are at 10:30 in the park followed by an eat and pay what you want lunch. Persons attending the activities are to take lawn chairs.

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