Plenty of folks turned out to make the annual Creek Day celebration Sept. 16 a big success.

Pat Perkins was one of the vendors, displaying a collection of arrowheads and jewelry featuring them as well. Tracy Purtee brought his fishing tournament trailer up and set up at the upper pond on the Layton property, adjacent to the LDS church. He outfitted youngsters with gear and gave them some lessons and the lucky kids actually caught fish. The ever-popular bake sale saw all the pies sold by 10 a.m. with Karen Thornton, Debbie Richardon and Monica Savage in charge. Plus there were plenty of T-shirts for sale. The proceeds will help the sponsoring Firebelles with their mission to assist the Christopher-Kohl’s Fire Department with needed purchases.

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