April 16, 2014

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Grover Hill Summerfest this weekend

By BILL SHERRY • Correspondent

GROVER HILL – Due to recent events and damage from the storm on June 29, the Grover Hill Welcome Park Boosters determined it necessary to postpone the Grover Hill Summerfest 2012 until Aug. 10, 11 and 12.

Cleanup of the grounds is now complete and Grover Hill Summerfest 2012 is ready to take center stage as it becomes the place to be for fun, games, good music and worship.

Grover Hill promises to be a fun place to be as it and the park are transformed for Summerfest 2012, “Celebrating 60 Years of Memories.” The annual Summerfest was organized again this year by groups of local citizens consisting of the Grover Hill Park Board, the Grover Hill Lions Club, the Grover Hill Ball Association and numerous Grover Hill residents who have worked hard to put together an event filled weekend after they cleared and cleaned up the storm damage.


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