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Heritage Festival maintains hometown appeal
Monday, October 20, 2008
Cool weather and an overcast sky didn’t stop families from visiting the 10th annual Black Creek Heritage Day Saturday.

Craft vendors, children’s entertainment, country music and cotton candy were all plentiful throughout the day, in addition to hay rides and a car show. Plenty of live country music and other entertainment was provided most of the day, including Russ Varnell and His Too Country Band, Mike Baker and the Drop Top Cadillacs and an Elvis impersonator from Dreamstate Entertainment.

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