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42nd Annual Molasses Festival
At Arnoldsburg's West Fork Park

Don Mace of Cottageville and Alan Ball and Ron Shaffer of Frozen Camp are shown with some of the sugar cane raised for processing at the Molasses Festival.


The making of sweet molasses always starts with the "squeezin's" going in one end of the pan and, after careful boiling and skimming, coming out the other end as the product we all love to pour on pancakes and biscuits. Pictured above are, left to right, Dip Mace, Kenny Arnold and Vier Hall.




Fireman Carl Marks shows Levi Morris the workings of a fire truck.


Molasses Festival King and Queen. On the left is King Ethan Jarvis, son of Travis and Felicia Jarvis of Chloe,
and on the right is Queen Shelby Clawson, daughter of Rick and Brenda Clawson of Arnoldsburg.



The festival was fun for the whole family. Shown above are, left to right,
Ben Keeney, John Keeney, Sam Keeney and Celina Morgan Keeney.



The band "Crossfire" performed Saturday evening.


Members of the Arnoldsburg Eagles 4-H club performed a flag raising for the festival.
Pictured above are, left to right, Dylan Deweese, Natlalie Allen and Dustin Deweese.



The "Hot Dawg" gang has worked the kitchen for many years.
Shown are, left to right, Cheri White, Terry Marks, and Nannette Sampson.



The 19th Cavalry, Co. A Moccasin Rangers had an encampment set up at the festival.
Shown above are, left to right, Terry Whited, Cecil Rogers, Dominic Greathouse,
Bryson Montgomery, and Marissa Mills. Company commander Dennis Carder is in the background.



Ordie Rogers is checking the squeezings.


Bryer Metheney checks the sights on his new wooden toy, a rubber band rifle.


Caden Jones took home a rabbit from the bunny catching contest.


Katie Jones won the greased pig contest.


Cyrena Wilson, daughter of Mike and Jessie Wilson of Arnoldsburg,
had fun at the rock climb wall and watching the activities.



Danielle Richards was the winner of the Molasses Festival Idol contest.




James McCune of Windham, Ohio, driving Cindy and Mindy.


 


Kaitlyn Marks and Ashley Sears enjoyed riding the rides. 

 


Ava Helmick, Michaael King, a Shriner Clown and Cassidy Conley
enjoyed spending time together at the festival.

 


Vier Hall enjoyed skimming the juices and the sweet smell of success when pouring off a jar of molasses. 

 


Vier and Thelma Hall of Mt. Zion were this year's Parade Marshalls. 

 


 

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