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Fun in the sun in Cedar Springs

Fun in the sun in Cedar Springs

No one had an excuse to be bored last Saturday—the town was hoppin’ (or was that ploppin’?) with several events.

The Rotary Cow Plop took place in the field next to White Creek Lumber, just south off of 17 Mile and White Creek, and sold 5,000 tickets to the event. Dan Clark was the lucky winner holding the numbered square where the cow dropped its plop, and won $1,000.

According to Julie Wheeler, of Independent Bank, that means they raised $3,600 for scholarships and other things they do for our town. “It’s a great way to give back to the community,” she said.

A community appreciation day was hosted at Morley Park by Wolven and Coonen, PPLC and other area businesses. Residents came to enjoy free food, music, games and inflatables.

Metron also held its community appreciation day Saturday. Nursing home residents came outside to enjoy time with family and other members of the community. There was free food, games, prizes, face painting, cotton candy, popcorn, music, and an inflatable for kids.

The Friends of the Library also held their hot dog fundraiser at Family Fare both Friday and Saturday, and raised over $600 toward a new library.

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