Rich history for a wet and fun festival
BY PAULA QUAM
It was 1935.
People had lost businesses, farms and many jobs.
But young, local leaders were determined to cheer everyone up a little bit.
The local Junior Chamber of Commerce, now called the Jaycees, came up with the idea of throwing a water carnival.
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