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SQUAWBUCK DAYS: Larwill hosts crowds in support of 159th festival

August 26, 2013

A miniature horse pull contest was held during Larwill’s 159th Squawbuck Days, a three-day festival. Pictured is Austin Keiser (left), Pete Keiser and Trevor Keiser working to keep control of their horses during the pull. See more photos from the event on Page A5. Post & Mail photo / Joe Shouse

LARWILL — In its 159th annual event, Squawbuck Days was held in Larwill Friday through Sunday.

The three-day event was sponsored by the Larwill Firemen, Lions Club and the Richland Township Community Association, and was a joint fundraiser to raise money for the community.

Festivities began Friday with a tenderlion dinner at the town’s fire department. The Larwill Lions Club hosted a night of bingo.

Saturday, a breakfast was held from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and visitors were able to purchase crafts, take in a flea market and venture out to several garage sales in town.

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