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October 17, 2013

Cars worthy of a ‘Shrine’

Mayo — The Mayo Shrine Club hosted their Second Annual Turkey Rifle Car Show on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Edward Perry Sports Complex, luring many of the folks in town for Pioneer Day to come out and see some amazing antique cars.

Guests enjoyed food, drinks, and a raffle for items from local businesses. The Saltwater Cowboys kept everyone entertained with lively music throughout the day, while craft exhibitors offered merchandise for sale. Across the field, youngsters were having fun on pony rides.

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