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Willapa Harbor Herald

Pacific County Fair has a good showing

Pacific County Fair has a good showing

This year at the Pacific County Fair there were plenty of "firsts" from first time entries and winners at the 4-H FFA livestock arena, first time to hold the local high school cheer leader demonstration inside, and possibly a first in at least a long time that the weather was so bad on the final day that almost the entire fair was shutdown. But organizers and fair goers persevered during the bad weather and made it a full run of the Pacific County Fair.

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Another great Threshing Bee in Toledo

Another great Threshing Bee in Toledo

Running this past August 29-30, residents and visitors of Toledo held their 51st annual Threshing Bee and celebrated with tractor pulls and showing of farm implements. A larger than normal estimated crowd came to celebrate the event running since 1964.

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Grays Harbor Herald

Hoquiam Pride even bigger this year

As one band finished and the next band set up, a lip sync competition was held featuring several from the festival. Here Ceasar Hart thrills the crowd during the first lip sync of the day.
As one band finished and the next band set up, a lip sync competition was held featuring several from the festival. Here Ceasar Hart thrills the crowd during the first lip sync of the day.

The Second annual Grays Harbor Pride Festival was held on Saturday, August 22, with an attendance of about 1,700 people. This number is 700 more than the estimated attendance of last year's festival. Well over 300 people attended the Pride Drag and Rocky Horror Picture Show held at the Seventh Street Theatre.

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