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| Friday, Aug. 22, 2008

Riverfest success

The 2008 East Brady Area Riverfest Committee thanks everyone that helped make this year's Riverfest a success. We couldn't have done it without the help from the entire area. Sunday of the event we got rained out, but the rest of the weekend was great.

Thanks to:

The volunteers who sometimes they get overlooked. They include the people who helped us set things up and tear down, worked in the information booth, and those who did anything else for us. The East Brady Fire Co. for taking care of the parade, the Sugarcreek Fire Co. for helping with fireworks, and East Brady Ambulance for letting us use their building to announce the parade. The East Brady Council for letting us use the Community Center during the year for pageants and fundraisers, for use of the field for Riverfest and for working with us. It means a lot having their support. The entertainers, vendors, sponsors, contest participants, and donors to the auction and other donors. Participants in the car cruise. Clarion County A.B.A.T.E. for wanting to tie their Dice Run in with Riverfest, it is too bad it rained on their event. Jim Kelly and all that came to help him with the dedication of his new sign. We especially thank the East Brady residents for putting up with the inconvenience for the weekend.

If I missed anyone I'm sorry, there are so many people, and we appreciated everything. We will soon reorganize and start to plan for 2009. If anyone has suggestions or would like to help, contact any Riverfest Committee member.

Sally Snow, co-chairwoman.

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