Bicentennial Wagon Comes to Town

POSTED BY: News Department
Tuesday, June 24, 2003 - 09:53 PM
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History is coming to life as the Bicentennial Wagon Train rolls through Ohio for our state’s 200th birthday. The train started in Martin’s Ferry on Saturday. It’s making several stops in southeastern Ohio before its’ final stop which is New Paris on July 14th. Each stop marks a special time period in our state’s history. Wednesday the wagon train will park for lunch on Peacock Road in Guernsey County. Wednesday night, the wagon will set up camp at the Cambridge City Park. On Thursday, the traveling caravan will make a stop for lunch at Pike Elementary School then will move on to Stormont Elementary School in New Concord.

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