McClusky Gazette News

August 2, 2017

Elvis show pleases fans

The Elvis show that included tributes to both Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley drew a crowd of approximately 150 people to the McClusky High School gym on July 22.

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There were FFA youth buzzing around, waving at vehicles, checking people in, hauling stuff around, helping people find where to go, where to eat, what to see.

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Bellamy Brothers were the special entertainment iin McClusky for Mid State Ag’s grand opening and River Ag’s customer appreciation on July 21.

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Adding a meal-choice option for Friday of the 2017 Midsummer Fest, Holen’s had staff, stuff and sausage on hand to meet all requests. Outside the store, directly in front, was the smell of bratwurst (sausage) cooking.

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Danny Elvis, known in real life as Dan Wagner, is enthusiastic in his praise for Elvis Presley, the famous singer for whom he offers his personal tribute.

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The main parade started at 11 a.m. and proceeded south down Main Street, moving past announcer Jeff Martwick at the corner by the post office. Entries included:

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Horses were a main love in Myron Morris’ life, said his longtime partner of 19 years, Deanna Lebanch. She told that he had a way with them, just a few words and they would quiet down and do whatever Morris asked of them.

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The kiddie parade started out very quickly down the street this year. There were 12 entries.

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The McClusky Senior Center was filled with a “family of friends” according to the card read by Mildred Kissee. The June 15 event was centered on Mildred and Marvin Kissee’s planned departure to live in another state.

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