Wooly Worm Festival
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Winchester, KY

#1 Aug 18, 2009
Would someone give me the dates for the Wooly Worm Festival for 2009? Thanks!

“Hang Together”

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#2 Aug 18, 2009
22-24 October
just ask

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#3 Aug 18, 2009
the weekend of october 23

“Hang Together”

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#4 Aug 31, 2009
I got it straight from the Wooly Worm Committee.
23,24, 25 Oct is the Wooly Worm Festival. Sorry about any confusion.
Mommy

Winchester, KY

#5 Sep 1, 2009
How do I enter my daughters in the pageant? Any info would be appreciated!
looking

Hodgenville, KY

#6 Sep 1, 2009
do they attend school...most of the time the pagents are held at the school. i can't remember the organization that sponsors them but the high school should be able to help you

“Hang Together”

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#7 Sep 1, 2009
Call the Three Forks Tradition. Linda can give you information

“"she flies with her own wings"”

Since: Jul 09

Beattyville KY

#8 Sep 1, 2009
There are two Woolly Worm Pageants (princess and queen). To be eligible you must be in 6th-8th grade at LCMS (princess) or 9th-12th grade at LCHS (queen). You will need to contact the school about dates and signing up.
love it

West Liberty, KY

#9 Sep 10, 2009
what time is the parade, my son really enjoys it you guys have a great parade, and festival!
asdfg

Zoe, KY

#10 Sep 10, 2009
yes
if you like

Mount Sterling, KY

#11 Sep 11, 2009
If you like fire trucks, cop cars resuce squad cars it's a great parade, last time I went it was pitiful. Nothing like they use to be, I know times are hard but if that is the best they can do they should just quit, we all see fire trucks and cop cars and rescuse squad all the time. Great when they are needed and nice to see when needed but not a parade of them.

“Hang Together”

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#13 Sep 11, 2009
IYL, Your comment "...if that is the best they can do...." reflects a large part of the problem. The parade is "our" parade, not "their" parade. You need to get involved.
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West Liberty, KY

#14 Sep 11, 2009
well I like it I did not comment on it to get any negative people to start putiing them down, I ask the time of it b/c it is good, I like the fact that Shriners and all their funny cars participate in it! If you don't like it don't dog it give them ideas how to improve it! Anyone know a time yet?
bored

West Liberty, KY

#15 Sep 11, 2009
Boring
if you like

Mount Sterling, KY

#16 Sep 11, 2009
I have worked on it before and I have given ideas good ones, but seems like the little click want all the praise for themselves, So that is when I quit donating my time. Sorry if I upset anyone this is only my opinion on what the parade was last year, and to me it wasn't much.

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#17 Sep 12, 2009
One thing I've learned in life, you have to keep tackling the issues. I've also learned, you can achieve the desired goal even if others get the praise. Come back to the discussion. Every group needs people to contribute.
Mommy

Winchester, KY

#18 Sep 14, 2009
Do they not do pageants for smaller children anymore? If not does anyone know how to get info on some?
Larry Ross

Washington, DC

#19 Sep 15, 2009
I travel from Arkansas every year to the Wooly Worn Festival in Beattyville. My roots are there and I see a lot of extended family. I do this because I know everyone will be there. Saves a lot of driving around visiting.

I am a Master Mason, 32nd degree and Shriner also. You can bet this parade is a lot better than most small towns are willing to put on.

Keep up the good work I am looking forward to seeing you all there next month.

Larry Lee Ross
buckwild

Zoe, KY

#20 Sep 16, 2009
i have a dumb question you have extended the sidewalks wider and added flower spots in it when you add the booths and people standing in front of them how is the parade going to fit through town i have drove through it several times with a pickup truck and it was tight before has anyone thought of this
just wondering

Richmond, KY

#21 Sep 16, 2009
Larry Ross wrote:
I travel from Arkansas every year to the Wooly Worn Festival in Beattyville. My roots are there and I see a lot of extended family. I do this because I know everyone will be there. Saves a lot of driving around visiting.
I am a Master Mason, 32nd degree and Shriner also. You can bet this parade is a lot better than most small towns are willing to put on.
Keep up the good work I am looking forward to seeing you all there next month.
Larry Lee Ross
Did you used to teach french at the high school?

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