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Cruisin’ the town square

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017 2:08 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017 2:15 p.m. CDT
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More than 200 classic cars, hot rods and vintage motorcycles lined the square downtown Garden Square Sunday during the seventh annual Prairie City Fire Department Car Show. Full results from the car show will be available in next week's edition of the Prairie City News.
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Steven Anthony of Newton, examines a 1929 Lincoln, owned by Jerome Anderson of Pleasant Hill, on display Sunday at the seventh annual Prairie City Fire Fighter's Car Show. Assistant Fire Chief Tony Mosher said the total car count for the event was 201, the biggest turnout in the car show's history. The second highest was 184 cars in 2015.
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The Prairie City Historical Society put its antique fire engine on display Sunday at the annual Prairie City Fire Fighter's Car Show. All proceeds from event go to support the fire department's equipment and other needs. Full results from the car show will be available in next week's edition of the Prairie City News.

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