About $3,000 raised toward erecting a statue of founder
By Spencer Jenkins
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 6, 8:53 am)
Despite the rain Saturday, the first Squire Boone Day festival continued as planned.
Downpours, thunder and lightning pummeled Shelby County for most of the morning Saturday, curtailing the opening of the festival and delaying its program until around 1 p.m. at the Clear Creek Park Amphitheater and Col. Sanders Pavilion. A variety of musical acts were on stage until the final show at 9 p.m. There also was a re-enactment, fund-raising auctions and several shopping and food options.
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