UNION CITY, Ind./Ohio - Many families were treated to all kinds of entertainment from Wednesday through Saturday during the Stateline Heritage Days here.
Tractor puller- and classic car-lovers, melodrama and entertainment enthusiasts, food connoisseurs, art show and flea market shoppers were treated to some special activities all weekend.
The parade featured all kinds of units as spectators lined up the streets along the route.
Throughout the weekend, there were such events as voting for the Most Photogenic Baby and Pampered Pets contest judging, a golf cart raffle, ice cream socials, entertainment and three different areas in town, a photography show, a re-enactment of David Conner, a root beer guzzling competition, a hymn sing, truck and tractor show, Kiddie Tractor Pull, a 5K Heritage Run, a farmer’s market, a library book sale, a cruise-in and a modified truck and tractor pull.
Entertainment on the various stages at Railroad Park, the Big Tent on Broadway and the Main Stage on Columbia included Debbie Bryson, karaoke contest, Old Time Revival, New Hope Puppet Show, Union City Community High School Dance Team, Green River Boys Bluegrass Band, Mississinawa Valley and MS dance teams, Jan and Becky and Dance Connection, Savannah Jack, Mandy Neff, Barbershop Quartet and the Bulldogs.
Entertainment sponsors were: Community Foundation of Randolph County, Ken and Teri Sowinski, Didier Hardware, Ha-Ste Mfg. Co. Inc., Reichard Funeral Home, Husmann and Stemmer, Al and Joyce Hurley, Sam and Marilyn Farrington, Steve and Marla Threewits, English and Prinkey, Standard Agencies, Peterson and Stachler Hometown Handy Man, Larry Amspaugh, Carts and Parts, Mote Farm Service, Dale and Mary Ruth Stoner and Kent and Anne Thornburg and ECO Vehicle.