Lumberjack Days a success

TREADEAU FAMILY—float, “Fun Bunch” took first place at the Baraga Lumberjack Days parade. Homestead Graphics took second, J & E Entertainment third, Native Nails fourth, Hulkkonen Farms fifth and Baraga Co. Catholic Community took sixth.

by Melissa Newland
Plenty of things were happening in Baraga County for the Fourth of July celebration this past weekend, including numerous parades, a street dance, kid’s games, a bean bag tournament, karaoke and fireworks. The weather was beautiful starting out the festivities for the weekend and throughout as old and young alike celebrated the Stars and Stripes on Saturday and Sunday in Baraga for the Lumberjack Days. After not having the event last year due to COVID-19, many were eager this year to celebrate with friends, family and neighbors. “We needed this event after the year off,” said Lumberjack Days Committee Secretary Abby Mayo. To read more, subscribe to the L’Anse Sentinel online, or buy a print copy at our local retailers.

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