Fourth of July is over, but winners keep coming in
July 13, 2022
The chainsaws are quiet. The laughter and cheers have subsided. The splashing has passed.
The Fourth of July celebration and events may be over, but the memories, victories and bragging rights will live on. From catching fish and chopping wood to volunteering and counting raffle tickets, there were plenty of positive outcomes.
"I think everything went well considering this is only the second Fourth of July celebration since COVID," said Brittani Robbins, executive director of the chamber of commerce, which organizes the festivities. "It was a good turnout, it really was."
The royalty raffle...