It's Not Too Late To Enter Good Ole Days Pageants

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Good Ole Days of Cannon County is celebrating its 6th year with proceeds to benefit the Cannon County Afterschool Programs and the Cannon County Senior Center. The festival will be held on May 20-21, 2011 and offers something for everyone.

The festival features an array of music from country, gospel, bluegrass, folk, Dixieland, swing, and rock. There are will also be plenty of food booths, craft booths and local vendors.

The parade will take place on Saturday from 12-1 p.m. and the theme is "Rockin’ Good Times” which includes horse, mules, antique tractors, antique cars, floats and military.

Pageants span the weekend and include the Sr. Miss Good Ole Days, Little Miss Good Ole Days, Jr. Miss Good Ole Days, Baby Show (Birth to age 5 years), Miss Teen Good Ole Days, and Miss Good Ole Days. Other events include: Dog Show, Backyard Pickin’ and Grinning, and so much more.

If you are interested in being a food or craft vendor for the Good Ole Days forms are available online at or at the Cannon County Senior Center or REACH Afterschool Program. Any questions regarding the vendors please contact 563-5518.

The early bird deadline for the pageants is has been extended until Wednesday, May 11th  for the Baby Show which includes Birth through 5 year olds both girls and boys.

We are still taking registration for the other pageants as well but the reduced rate no longer applies.  If you have entered your child in the pageant and have not dropped off the picture please do so my May 11th in order to have it printed in the Cannon Courier.

Forms are posted outside of the Senior Center and my be picked up anytime or they are available for print on our website. Any questions regarding the pageants please contact 563-5304.
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