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News : Come enjoy the fall festival in downtown Trenton Saturday
Posted by John on 2012/9/27 13:36:14 (420 reads) News by the same author

What organizers are calling the “downtown fall festival” will be featured in Trenton Saturday afternoon and evening. The Trenton Downtown Improvement Association is sponsoring various activities from 2 o’clock until 7 o’clock.

The location is at, or near, Sesquicentennial Park. Several vendors are expected to set
up with crafts and food items. There’s a children parade at 2 o’clock Saturday.
Wheel barrow races are planned at 5 o’clock on Main Street. Entertainment
is planned beginning at 2 o’clock from the gazebo in the park. The performers in order
are Judy Hanson, Chelsea Woodard, Laurie Franklin and Jenny; Melinda Hogan; Mandi and Jeremy Ripple; and concluding with the North 65 line dancers. A spokesperson for Citizen’s Bank and Trust said the movie is “Big Miracle.”
It’s described as a family movie about a whale. Persons attending are asked to
take a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on. There’s no charge to view the entertainment or
movie. As a fund-raiser for the association, tickets are sold in a raffle for prizes
donated by merchants. (To clarify the drawing is actually Sunday of Missouri Day
Festival) Proceeds go to beautification projects downtown including purchase of trash
cans. A campaign also is forthcoming on the purchase of additional memorial benches
for downtown locations.

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