Lodi Township Celebrates 175 Years
Audrey Tuttle, who is almost 2, eating a hot dog.
She and her sister Kiera Tuttle, 4, and her brother Logan Tuttle, 6, were at the festivities with their mom, Karen Tuttle and dad, Dan Tuttle. They have lived in the township for three years.
Peg Canham, the chairman of the event, takes a breather from the three-day celebration to have her photo taken.
Dave Goodrich of Manchester, showed the crowd how to make S-hooks.
Displays of the township's history were crowd favorites and lines snaked around the building as township residents waited to eat free hot dogs and hamburgers Saturday.
Proceeds from a 50-50 and a silent auction will go to the renovation of the old Township Hall. About $60,000 is needed and about $15,000 has been raised, so far.
Friday night, about 100 people played bingo with celebrity callers Lucy Ann Lance, Ginny Patton Moss and Thayrone from WAAM radio.
Labels: Lodi Township Jubilee