Peace and love

Monday, September 26, 2016
Connie Jo Discoe/McCook Gazette

AmFirst Bank goes "Back in Time" to the days of tie-die and flower power and "Peace, man" to win the large business award in McCook's annual Heritage Days parade Saturday morning. Going back on the "ode to the 1960's" float were AmFirst representatives Jim O'Dea and Charlotte Dunworth. Other parade winners were: Class reunion, McCook Senior High Class of 1966; Equestrian, Herrmann-Jones Funeral Home; Small Business, On the Spot Plumbing Services; Youth Small, MHS FFA; and Youth Large, McCook Public Library. The McCook Cordials won the "Community Organization" award and "The Governor's Award" (the best use of the parade theme) award.

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  • Ok, I have to be cool here.................

    Some of us in Hayes County really missed seeing a blond haired guy from the 60's on the float. Yep we will never forget that Cardinal.

    I hope that next year you will do the 70's and put that blonde hair guy from Hayes Center on the float. Take a look at his wedding pictures, you will know exactly how to dress.

    Hey, this is all in fun,

    Darren Delton Hayes County Resident

    -- Posted by Darren Delton on Mon, Sep 26, 2016, at 10:50 PM
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