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Missouri Day Festival Parade Entries Sought

What promises to be one of the biggest parades to be held in Trenton is shaping up for the 2013 Missouri Day Festival.
Annually sponsored by the Trenton Rotary Club, this year’s Missouri Day Parade already has exceeded 100 entries and, with over a month and a half away, officials expect the 29th annual parade to be more than big. Parade co-chairs Steve Maxey and Rick Klinginsmith believe the theme

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Missouri Day Festival Meeting Is Monday

Missouri Day Meeting
A meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Monday at the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce office to continue planning for the upcoming Missouri Day Festival.
All committee chairmen and others involved with the festival, along with other interested individuals, are urged to attend. The meeting will include a review of all activities being held as part of the festival, which kicks off on Thursday, Oct. 17

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Group Seeks Help In Naming Quilt

The Trenton Scrappy Quilter’s Quilt Guild has created an opportunity quilt that will be given away during the Missouri Day Quilt Show Oct. 18-20.
The guild would like to challenge the public to come up with a creative name for this quilt to add to the quilt label. The quilt will be on display for the public to view at several Trenton locations. These locations include; Trenton Republican-Times, Aug. 19-23;

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Missouri Day Draws Large Crowd

The 2011 Missouri Day Festival is now history and Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Carman is pleased with the results.

“It takes a community to come together and make things happen and Missouri Day was a good example of everyone pulling together,” she said. “I’ve had so many people tell me that this was the biggest Missouri Day ever and we can thank the weather and the work

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Winners Named In Missouri Day Contests

Opening ceremonies and a soup supper kicked off activities for the 2011 Missouri Day Festival on Thursday night.

Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Carman served as master of ceremonies and introduced the Larry and Donna Barnes Christy family, who will be serving as the grand marshals of the parade on Saturday. Beth Mack spoke about traditions relating to her family’s business, Barnes Greenhouse, in keeping with the festival

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Missouri Day Has Vareity of Vendors, Saturday Parade

Over 170 crafters, vendors and flea marketers are registered for the 2011 Missouri Day Festival, which gets under way this evening with opening ceremonies and continues through Sunday.

According to Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Carman, this is one of the largest numbers of vendors ever in the 27-year history of the festival. Homemade crafts, clothing, tools and food vendors will be located throughout the North Central Missouri

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Quilt Show Open During Missouri Day Festival

Special hours at the Dorris Rider Art Gallery on the North Central Missouri College campus have been announced for this weekend’s Missouri Day Festival.

Persons will be able to enjoy this month’s show entitled “The Art and Craft of Quilting” from 1 to 4 pm on both Saturday and Sunday. More than 25 quilts constructed by a dozen talented artisans are on display in a special showing located in the

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Opening Ceremonies For Missouri Day

Opening ceremonies for the 2011 Missouri Day Festival will be Thursday night at the First Baptist Church. Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Carman will serve as master of ceremonies.

Activities begin at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary and include announcement of the coloring contest and yard decorating contest winners as well as introduction of the grand marshals for Saturday’s parade. There will also be recognition of the

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Band Festival To Feature 48 Bands

Music will be in the air Saturday as 48 high school bands come to town to participate in the Fifteenth Annual Missouri Day Marching Festival this Saturday.

This event is one of the many activities scheduled during the Missouri Day Festival celebration.
Evaluative events are being provided the participating bands in parade, auxiliary, drumline and field show.
There will be an admission charged for the field show competition, scheduled to

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