Parading Down Gasoline Alley: A Fourt...

Parading Down Gasoline Alley: A Fourth of July celebration

There are 2 comments on the Tomah Journal story from Jul 3, 2007, titled Parading Down Gasoline Alley: A Fourth of July celebration. In it, Tomah Journal reports that:

“This way visitors and families can make it a day-long event.”

This year the Tomah Area Chamber of Commerce has combined its Gasoline Alley celebration with the Fourth of July to create an entire day of activities. via Tomah Journal

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Nashville, TN

#1 Jul 4, 2007
Do the Indians to whom this building supposedly has so much meaning to want to save this building? If not, then there should not be a dime of taxpayer money spent to try and save it.
Windmill Hunter

United States

#2 Jan 8, 2008
Just curious. Are there any dutch style windmills in this area? Any history?

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