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Posted by Randy on 2014/8/26 6:41:59 (206 reads) News by the same author

Sponsors are being sought for the Kid's Pedal Pull on Calamity Jane Day next month in Princeton. A gold sponsor is $100 and will have their name engraved on the trophies if they wish.
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Duane DeMoss is this year's first gold sponsor.

Kidpower will hold the tractor pull for youth on Saturday afternoon of Calamity Jane Day, September 20th. Kids ages 4 to 11 compete with kids in their own age group.

Additional sponsors are being sought for the Adult Emergency Services games.

Teams will compete for prize money. Area emergency services personnel are
encouraged to participate.

Among other Calamity Jane Festival news, the quilt show will be held at theMethodist Church in Princeton. Contact Della Orndorff with any questions.

Bids are still being accepted for repairs of the Cow Palace. An insurance check has not yet been received so a Princeton Chamber official believes it is doubtful that repair work can be completed in time for Calamity Jane Days. Other arrangements are being made for the Melodrama normally held in the cow palace at Princeton.

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