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The Chatfield Saddle Club, along with the Chatfield Commercial Club, was instrumental to the beginning of Western Days in 1967.
The Chatfield Saddle Club, along with the Chatfield Commercial Club, was instrumental to the beginning of Western Days in 1967.
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Tuesday, August 08, 2017 9:38 AM
“There was a quarter horse show on the John Ward farm where Hammells live now, and there were a lot of people coming in. There was nothing to feed them, so the Commercial Club was asked if it would be interested in helping,” recalled the late Hank Anderson, grand marshal of the 42nd annual Western Days parade, former Chatfield Commercial Club member and one of the Chatfield citizens who attended the very first Western Days celebration in 1967.
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