Crazy Day is here

By PAT BROWN,

It is finally here-Crazy Day is this Saturday and it promises to be one you  don’t want to miss. 

Chamber Director, Doris Adcox, said there are lot of  fun things planned for this Saturday. 

This year there will be a Pumpkin Patch located at PriorityOne Bank.  This will give the kiddies the chance to come in an select the perfect pumpkin for a Jack-o-lantern.  In addition there will a petting zoo in the grassy area next to the bank.

Dancing Dan the Banjo Man will be in the drive-thru at PriorityOne. 

The antique automobile show will be held on Main Avenue next to the fire station. 

Peoples Bank will be hosting their annual Dash for the Cash 5-K.  There will also be a 5-K walk/run and a 1 mile race. It will start at 7:30 at First United Methodist Church. 

There are almost 100 vendors who are participating in this year’s Crazy Day.  They will begin setting up at 7a.m. and the event will last until 4 p.m.  Doris said, “I want to encourage everyone to come out and support these vendors so they will have a good experience while they participate in our annual event.” 

The National Anthem and a prayer at 9 a.m. will kick off the event at the stage near Ural Everett Park. 

The Crazy Day Pageant winners will be announced from the stage near Ural Everett Park at 10:30. 

There will a recoginition event for Magee Elementary.  The cheerleaders as well as the Show Choir will participate.

Treat Street which was originally set up for down town has been moved to the parking lot at Magee General Hospital. 

There will be live music played by The Vault starting at 12 noon and playing until 3 p.m.

There will be Gospel Music being played at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the stage near Ural Everett Park. 

In addition to the great values there will be  a big selection of carnival type foods.

There will be inflatables and a trackless train located by the Community Center.