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87th Dalton Fall Festival brings crowds

 

Dawn Graves

Kort Dye creates a chalk masterpiece during the Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest at Dalton's Fall Festival on Saturday.

Dalton's 87th annual Fall Festival attracted people from near and far for some hometown fun this past weekend.

With parades, music, a car show, crafts, horseshoes, kids games, a garden tractor pull and much more, there was something for everyone to enjoy.

According to Wanda Brogren, event organizer, the festival was a success.

"It was an awesome turnout," she said, "just a great weekend for it."

The Dalton Fall Festival started in the 1920s, and was originally a simple gathering to celebrate the completion of a new grain building in the town. The ladies made pies, and the farmers had such...



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