Cole Camp Fair celebrates 100 years


The 100th Cole Camp Fair kicked-off its celebration Thursday evening with a Grand Parade featuring nine handmade floats, including this Division One float, created by the Cole Camp Lutheran School Association. The Fair’s theme this year is “Our World’s Fair.” “Of course the star is the floats,” Jason Veal, the Fair’s co-announcer, said. “With the 100th anniversary, we have more floats this year than usual.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

The 2015 reigning Cole Camp Fair Queen, Hanna Westermier, right, crowns the 2016 Queen Casey Bahrenburg, Thursday night at the Cole Camp Fair. On Bahrenburg’s left is first runner-up Tessia Balke, and contestants, Meredith Pruitt and Karlie Tucker, all seniors at Cole Camp High School.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Thursday night American Legion Post No. 305 pulls their float, commemorating the sacrifice of the American military, down Main Street during the Cole Camp Fair Grand Parade. This year the Fair parade featured 33 entries with nine of those being floats. The Cole Camp Fair will continue today and Saturday.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

The 100th Cole Camp Fair kicked-off its celebration Thursday evening with a Grand Parade featuring nine handmade floats, including this Division One float, created by the Cole Camp Lutheran School Association. The Fair’s theme this year is “Our World’s Fair.” “Of course the star is the floats,” Jason Veal, the Fair’s co-announcer, said. “With the 100th anniversary, we have more floats this year than usual.”

The 2015 reigning Cole Camp Fair Queen, Hanna Westermier, right, crowns the 2016 Queen Casey Bahrenburg, Thursday night at the Cole Camp Fair. On Bahrenburg’s left is first runner-up Tessia Balke, and contestants, Meredith Pruitt and Karlie Tucker, all seniors at Cole Camp High School.

Thursday night American Legion Post No. 305 pulls their float, commemorating the sacrifice of the American military, down Main Street during the Cole Camp Fair Grand Parade. This year the Fair parade featured 33 entries with nine of those being floats. The Cole Camp Fair will continue today and Saturday.

The 100th Cole Camp Fair kicked-off its celebration Thursday evening with a Grand Parade featuring nine handmade floats, including this Division One float, created by the Cole Camp Lutheran School Association. The Fair’s theme this year is “Our World’s Fair.” “Of course the star is the floats,” Jason Veal, the Fair’s co-announcer, said. “With the 100th anniversary, we have more floats this year than usual.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD0909016ColeCampParade-1.jpgThe 100th Cole Camp Fair kicked-off its celebration Thursday evening with a Grand Parade featuring nine handmade floats, including this Division One float, created by the Cole Camp Lutheran School Association. The Fair’s theme this year is “Our World’s Fair.” “Of course the star is the floats,” Jason Veal, the Fair’s co-announcer, said. “With the 100th anniversary, we have more floats this year than usual.” Faith Bemiss | Democrat

The 2015 reigning Cole Camp Fair Queen, Hanna Westermier, right, crowns the 2016 Queen Casey Bahrenburg, Thursday night at the Cole Camp Fair. On Bahrenburg’s left is first runner-up Tessia Balke, and contestants, Meredith Pruitt and Karlie Tucker, all seniors at Cole Camp High School.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD090916ColeCampParade-2.jpgThe 2015 reigning Cole Camp Fair Queen, Hanna Westermier, right, crowns the 2016 Queen Casey Bahrenburg, Thursday night at the Cole Camp Fair. On Bahrenburg’s left is first runner-up Tessia Balke, and contestants, Meredith Pruitt and Karlie Tucker, all seniors at Cole Camp High School. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Thursday night American Legion Post No. 305 pulls their float, commemorating the sacrifice of the American military, down Main Street during the Cole Camp Fair Grand Parade. This year the Fair parade featured 33 entries with nine of those being floats. The Cole Camp Fair will continue today and Saturday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD090916ColeCampParade-3.jpgThursday night American Legion Post No. 305 pulls their float, commemorating the sacrifice of the American military, down Main Street during the Cole Camp Fair Grand Parade. This year the Fair parade featured 33 entries with nine of those being floats. The Cole Camp Fair will continue today and Saturday. Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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