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A fun Saturday during Pisgah Play Days

The 2019 Pisgah Play Day Grand Marshals, Sarah and Larry Bryceson, led a parade through town on Saturday morning, June 22, to kick off the weekend of festivities.

Parade winners were chosen in six categories – businesses, organizations, tractors, horses, bikes, and cars.

Crossroads of Western Iowa took first place in the business category with three cars, as well as walkers on the parade route. Heartland Co-op earned second place in the same division.

Magnolia Old Settlers urged those in attendance to join family and friends in Magnolia the first weekend of August for Old Settlers Days. The group also placed first in the organization category in Pisgah’s parade, followed by the Loess Hills Lancers 4-H club.

Keaton King drove the sole tractor in the parade and placed first in the tractor division.

Paige Freihage took first and Leah Freihage placed second in the bikes category, while Zoe Ann placed first and Amber (last names not given) placed second for horseback riders.

Finally, Chad Wilson took first in the cars division with his Ford, followed by Lori Soukup in second in a red Thunderbird.

There was more fun to be had with games and inflatables in the park following the parade. The afternoon also included a West Harrison Alumni softball game and a Pisgah Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department BBQ.

Sunday’s activities included a community worship service at the Community of Christ Church, followed by a chicken dinner.



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