A fun-filled weekend at the Lincoln Highway Bridge Festival

T-R PHOTOS BY MICHAEL D. DAVIS — The color guard led the parade through downtown Tama.
Local Nick Peshel took two turns in the dunk tank throughout the Lincoln Highway Days. His second shift, mid-afternoon on Saturday was a double, and the money earned from his hour in the tank was matched by his company Peshel Stump Grinding. Nick is seen here trying to be dunked by his son Nolan.
South Tama County High School Art Club students spent Saturday afternoon painting little faces
Jimmy Hicklin, the Tama EMS administrator spent his time in the EMS dunk tank, taking the first shift on Saturday morning.
Eric and Jenny Rosario leading the Toledo Wieting Theater section of the parade.
Two members of the American Legion zipping through the parade in a miniature jeep.
Tama County 911 Communications Director Jeremy Cremeans poses with Sparky the fire dog.

Tama was the site of the first major area community celebration of the summer over the weekend, the annual Lincoln Highway Bridge Festival. Scenes from the events, including the famous parade, were captured by T-R correspondent Michael D. Davis.


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