It’s Yard Sale time! We hope you find some great bargains and visit our downtown shops this Friday and Saturday during Perry Spring All-Town Yard Sales. Below is a listing of all the bargain locations. Happy Memorial Day from PerryMissouri.com
The parade will be held on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at 10:00 am. With your participation, we can provide an excellent showing of pride in our community and county.
We are hoping for a large number of antique tractors, golf carts, show cars, emergency personnel, musical entertainment, businesses and organizations to participate. Participants are encouraged to decorate floats in red, white and blue.
The parade route will begin at the Bill Trower Memorial Park and go west on Main Street (Hwy 154) thru the downtown area, the parade route is approximately ¾ mile in length.
Parade lineup will begin at 9:00 am on Netherland and Park Streets (east side of Bill Trower Memorial Park)
Registration is not required, but if you have any questions, please contact Dustin Wasson at 573-305-3158 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org Jim Bair at 845-787-7190. With your help, we are hoping to make this year’s Fourth of July Parade a huge success. For more information, visit www.perrymissouri.com
Dustin R. Wasson Jim Bair
Parade Co-Chairman Parade Co-Chairman
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