It was a good 118th birthday celebration

Just a few f inal snapshots from the Gravette Day Celebration

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

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One of the exhibits enjoyed most on the lawn at the Gravette Historical Museum during the Gravette Day celebration was a display of antique machinery from Tired Iron of the Ozarks from Gentry.

One of the exhibits enjoyed most on the lawn at the Gravette Historical Museum during the Gravette Day celebration was a display of antique machinery from Tired Iron of the Ozarks from Gentry.
Photo by Dodie Evans

After weeks of sweltering heat and drought conditions, Mother Nature smiled on Gravette for the city’s 118th birthday party last week.


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News, Pages 16 on 08/24/2011

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