Petersburg celebrated Community Days with a parade through the downtown. No parade would be complete without a marching band, here the Bulldogs from Summerfield High School.
NBRN petersburg24p 07/19/2008 Blade Photo/Lori King Reps from the Petersburg Fire Dept. throws candy from a 1922 American LaFrance during Petersburg Community Days in Petersburg, Mich.
And no parade would be complete without fire trucks, like this 1922 American LaFrance of the Petersburg Fire Department, which featured folks tossing candy to the assemblage.
NBRN petersburg24p 07/19/2008 Blade Photo/Lori King Petersburg resident Aaron Myschock appraises freshly-picked corn (6 a.m. this morning) that's being sold for $3 per dozen, during Petersburg Community Days in Petersburg, Mich.
And no community celebration would be complete without good food, such as a freshly picked ear of corn enjoyed by Petersburg resident Aaron Myschock. The festivities included a three-on-three basketball tournament and a horseshoe-pitching contest.
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