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'An event to call its own:' Celebrate Plover allows community to showcase what it's about

Celebrate Plover allows community to showcase what it's about

2:27 PM, Jul. 24, 2013
Families enjoy the children's activities during the first Celebrate Plover event in 2012 at Lake Pacawa Park in Plover.
Families enjoy the children's activities during the first Celebrate Plover event in 2012 at Lake Pacawa Park in Plover.
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After a successful first year in 2012, organizers of Celebrate Plover are hoping community members will continue to spread the word about the event as it returns for a second year from 9 a.m. to midnight Saturday at Lake Pacawa Park in Plover.

"We received all positive feedback," said DeeAnn Donahue, executive director for the Plover Area Business Association and a member of the Celebrate Plover Committee. "People were so happy to have an event back in Plover. It had been many years since Freedom Fest (the previous festival celebrated in Plover)."

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