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Published: Tuesday, 9/29/2009

Waterville fetes the roche de boeuf

NBRS  roche30p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH the Anthony Wayne high School Marching Generals  entertained hundreds during the parade. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. NBRS roche30p The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH the Anthony Wayne high School Marching Generals entertained hundreds during the parade. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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The Anthony Wayne High School Marching Generals strut in the recent Roche de Boeuf festival parade in Waterville. The festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be the site where Native Americans gathered.


NBRS  roche30p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH Kids line the parade route in anticipation of candy. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. NBRS roche30p The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH Kids line the parade route in anticipation of candy. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Kids line the parade route, hoping to catch candy thrown from paraders.


NBRS  roche30p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH People lied the streets of Waterville,OH for the parade. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. NBRS roche30p The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH People lied the streets of Waterville,OH for the parade. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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The Waterville Fire Department adds to the fun with a giant fire department dog atop a fire truck.


NBRS  roche30p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH Three year olf Masddy Rea (cq) is estatic over a Strawberry Shortcake prized she received at Rag Top Bags booth. She is going as Strawberry Shortcake for Halloween. She is from Waterville,OH. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. NBRS roche30p The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH Three year olf Masddy Rea (cq) is estatic over a Strawberry Shortcake prized she received at Rag Top Bags booth. She is going as Strawberry Shortcake for Halloween. She is from Waterville,OH. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Masddy Rea, 3, is ecstatic over winning a shortcake prize from one of the festival booths.


NBRS  roche30p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH Dog Bullet and his owner Andy Gillhouse of Whitehouse,OH watch the festivites at the festival. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. NBRS roche30p The Blade/Lisa Dutton Sept. 26, 2009 Waterville,OH Dog Bullet and his owner Andy Gillhouse of Whitehouse,OH watch the festivites at the festival. WILD ART!! Roche de Boeuf festival is named for an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River south of Waterville that is reputed to be a site where Native Americans gathered. All day festival to be Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Andy Gillhouse of Whitehouse and his dog Bullet watch the activities at the festival. V Bella Moser, 3, has the best seat in the house on the shoulders of her dad, Bob Moser of Waterville.




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