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Ligonier gets fired up for 'Melt Down on the Diamond'

| Thursday, July 11, 2013, 12:21 p.m.
Daniel Kubus | Trib Total Media
Siblings Riley, 8, and Sierra Nichols, 5, of New Florence sit on a 1927 Ligonier Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1 firetruck during the' Melt Down on the Diamond' fundraising event Friday on the Diamond on July 5, 2013 in Ligonier.
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Members of the band The Ole' 97 perform during the Ligonier Volunteer Hose Co. fundraiser.
Daniel Kubus | Trib Total Media
Will Mckee, 3, of Columbus, Ohio, enjoys an ice cream cone from the The Creamery, which sponsored the musical entertainment for the fire company fundraiser. the Melt Down on the Diamond on July 5, 2013 in Ligonier, PA. The Ligonier Volunteer Hose Co held the event as a fundraiser.
Daniel Kubus | Trib Total Media
Ligonier gets fired up for 'Melt Down on the Diamond' Members of the band The Ole' 97 perform during the 'Melt Down on the Diamond.' See story and additional photographs on page 14. on July 5, 2013 in Ligonier, PA. The Ligonier Volunteer Hose Co held the event as a fundraiser.

The" Melt Down on the Diamond" fundraising event Friday on the Diamond on July 5, 2013 in Ligonier.

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