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Missouri Day Parade Winners

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

The oldest tractor in the Missouri Day Parade was a 1930 Twin City 21-21, driven by Mary Olson of Altamont.

The oldest tractor in the Missouri Day Parade was a 1930 Twin City 21-21, driven by Mary Olson of Altamont.

The NCMC Teacher Education Program won the Best Organizational Float in the Missouri Day Parade

The NCMC Teacher Education Program won the Best Organizational Float in the Missouri Day Parade

The Best Youth Entry in the Missouri Day Parade was entered by L&P Dance Performance Center.

The Best Youth Entry in the Missouri Day Parade was entered by L&P Dance Performance Center.

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Even More Scenes From the 2014 Missouri Day Festival

Vendors at the Missouri Day Festival drew big crowds.

Vendors at the Missouri Day Festival drew big crowds.

Face painting was a big interest for children at the Missouri Day Festival.

Face painting was a big interest for children at the Missouri Day Festival.

Miss Missouri, Jessica Hartman, rode in Saturday's Missouri Day Parade

Miss Missouri, Jessica Hartman, rode in Saturday’s Missouri Day Parade

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More Scenes From the 2014 Missouri Day Festival

Homemade doughtnuts were a hit at the Missouri Day Festival on Saturday.

Homemade doughtnuts were a hit at the Missouri Day Festival on Saturday.

Sunday's car show drew 126 entries from four states.

Sunday’s car show drew 126 entries from four states.

The Princeton High School Band participated in the field show competition at Saturday's Missouri Day Marching Band Festival.

The Princeton High School Band participated in the field show competition at Saturday’s Missouri Day Marching Band Festival.

Friday night's pie baking contest had just six entries, but a tasty six entries they were.

Friday night’s pie baking contest had just six entries, but a tasty six entries they were.

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Scenes From 2014 Missouri Day Festival

An entry by George Hess was the Viewer's Choice Winner at the Missouri Day Quilt Festival.

An entry by George Hess was the Viewer’s Choice Winner at the Missouri Day Quilt Festival.

Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr made an appearance during Saturday's Missouri Day Festival Parade.

Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr made an appearance during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

Gary Olsen of Altamont had the Best of Show Tractor during Saturday's Missouri Day Parade.

Gary Olsen of Altamont had the Best of Show Tractor during Saturday’s Missouri Day Parade.

There was something for everyone at the Missouri Day Festival Flea Market.

There was something for everyone at the Missouri Day Festival Flea Market.

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Missouri Day Festival A Success

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

The weather couldn’t have been any better as the 2014 Missouri Day Festival drew some of its biggest crowds ever.
The addition of a third day on Friday allowed persons to take advantage of some early shopping prior to the full schedule of activities held on Saturday and Sunday. According to

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Decorating Deadline Is Friday

Friday, Oct. 10 is the deadline for individuals, organizations and businesses to enter the window and entryway decorating contest being held as part of the 2014 Missouri Day Festival.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the first- and second-place winners for both windows and entry ways of businesses located within the city limits of Trenton. Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri is providing the prize money.
To enter, persons can contact

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Car Show Part Of Missouri Day Festival

As part of the 2014 Missouri Day Festival, a car show will be held on Sunday, Oct. 19 at Eastside Park.
The show begins with registration from 9 a.m. to noon. There is a $15 entry fee per vehicle (car, truck or motorcycle) and prizes will be awarded in 20 categories. Door prizes will also be presented throughout the day and t-shirts are available to the first 60 entrants.
Pre-entries

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Pie Baking Contest Planned

A pie baking contest will be featured on the opening night of the Missouri Day Festival on Friday, Oct. 17.
The contest will be held at the FFA cookshack area, just west of the Rock Barn. Area residents are asked to bake their favorite pie (no custard or cream) and enter the contest. There is a $5 entry fee and registration is from 5 to 6 p.m., with judging to

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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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