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Sesquicentennial events for July 2 announced
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BOSCOBEL - The Sesquicentennial Celebration continues with Church Day on Sunday, July 2 celebrating the history of local churches. The festivities will begin at noon at Kronshage Park.

You are invited to bring your own picnic basket and have an old-fashioned lunch in the tent at the park. At this time, each church will have a history display of their church for visitors to view. The firemen’s water fights will also begin at this time.

At 1 p.m., the lunch will start and be followed by Tom Jones and Friends and an old-fashioned hymn sing. Udder Brothers will have ice cream available for purchase for a treat as well.

Kids, young and old, can enjoy the old-fashioned kids’ games around 2:15 p.m.

Around 3 p.m., we will gather to hear each church representative give a short presentation on their church history. After that, we will have more music, conversation, and fun. We will end the day with a benediction around 4:30 p.m.