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Cleanup effort paves the way for festival fun

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Tyler Hunsperger of Ol' Time Masonry removes old grout from between bricks of the Morley Post Office building as part of the tuckpointing process. Thanks to the community's response to the mayor's Restoration Revitalization Initiative the town is looking better for this year's Fall Festival than it has for quite some time.
(Photo by Scott Welton, Staff)

MORLEY -- Skies were mostly cloudy for this year's fall fest but Morley's future is looking bright.

The annual Morley Fall Festival kicked off Friday night with pageants and booths with vendors offering food and game.

"It wraps up Saturday around 8 p.m.," Morley Mayor Jonathan McNeely said.

As always, the community pitched in so Morley could look its best for the festival.

"We had a team of volunteers come in and they repainted the lines on the basketball court, McNeely said.

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