Youth Day help still needed

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Volunteers are still needed for parade and also for the Kids Fair in the Winters Little Leagues field. Parade volunteers, please contact Bob, 795-2211, and kid fair games volunteers, contact Jude, 795-2536. All ages are welcomed and your service to our community will be recognized and appreciated.

We kindly ask that no dogs (unless medically necessary) be in the park on Saturday, April 28, during Youth Day activities due to the health department guidelines. We all like the delicious food options while playing at the park this day, so help us insure we can do so for the entire day and years to come.

There will be temporary parking restrictions on all streets surrounding City Park, 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. The parade route/line-up will be from Cody and Main Street, Main Street to 1st Street, 1st Street to Baker and Baker to 3rd Street from 7 a.m. until noon. Signs will be posted and all those violating these signs will be towed at owner’s expense. Please be mindful to not block any driveways.

Pre-Sales of Youth Day T-Shirts are happening now at Eagle Drug, for $10 each.

Ducks will be for sale until 5:45 p.m. on Friday, April 27.

Autos for Autism: Please come and vote for your favorite car after the parade at the City Park (Main and Haven Streets) by 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 28. All those who vote will receive one free raffle ticket. Some amazing prizes and will be raffled off, some of which you wouldn’t have a chance to win at a typical raffle. The winners will be posted around 3 p.m. You can also purchase raffle tickets, five for $20 and one for $5. All proceeds will go to Autism Awareness.

Please be mindful of where you put your trash and get it into the appropriate trash cans. We live in a beautiful community, so let’s keep it clean and slam dunk that waste. Don’t be a litterbug.




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