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St. Helen 69th Annual Bluegill Festival

St. Helen held its 69th Annual Bluegill Festival the weekend of June 15 at the Richfield Township Park.

The grounds were busy on Saturday afternoon, with volunteers noting that overall attendance appeared to be about the same as last year.

Out enjoying the rides on Saturday afternoon were Houghton Lake residents (l-r) Jordan Naylor, Hailey Cooper and Jillian Tackeburg.

Lissa Tapia (left) stopped into the Bluegill Festival with her husband, Andrew Tapia and Ricky Maddox (far right).

Lissa Tapia (left) stopped into the Bluegill Festival with her husband, Andrew Tapia and Ricky Maddox (far right).
Lissa Tapia (left) stopped into the Bluegill Festival with her husband, Andrew Tapia and Ricky Maddox (far right).

Alana Maynard of St. Helen leans into the curve during a ride.

Alana Maynard of St. Helen leans into the curve during a ride.
Alana Maynard of St. Helen leans into the curve during a ride.

Pictured (l-r) are Richfield Township Officers Charlie Finley, Rod Morrison and David Womack.

Pictured (l-r) are Richfield Township Officers Charlie Finley, Rod Morrison and David Womack.
Pictured (l-r) are Richfield Township Officers Charlie Finley, Rod Morrison and David Womack.

Selling buttons Jeff Gilchrist and Tonya Emery sell buttons at the door.

Jeff Gilchrist and Tonya Emery sell buttons at the door.
Jeff Gilchrist and Tonya Emery sell buttons at the door.

Tina Ryan (left) and Carolyn Minto sell Bluegill Festival T-Shirts.

Tina Ryan (left) and Carolyn Minto sell Bluegill Festival T-Shirts.
Tina Ryan (left) and Carolyn Minto sell Bluegill Festival T-Shirts.

Pictured in the beverage pavilion were (left to right) Jan Rumball, Lauren Rumball, Chris Rumball, (to right, back) Colleen Rumball, Jayson Rumball and Shyonna Rumball.

Pictured in the beverage pavillion were (left to right) Jan Rumball, Lauren Rumball, Chris Rumball, (to right, back) Colleen Rumball, Jayson Rumball and Shyonna Rumball.
Pictured in the beverage pavillion were (left to right) Jan Rumball, Lauren Rumball, Chris Rumball, (to right, back) Colleen Rumball, Jayson Rumball and Shyonna Rumball.







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