Celebrating history and autumn across Mason County


The annual Battle Days Festival took place over the weekend, celebrating the Battle of Point Pleasant and the history of the historic city. Pictured is a scene from Saturday’s parade with members of the Point Pleasant chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution carrying the colors. Also pictured, round bales of hay which provided entertainment for many youngsters at Mason’s Harvest Festival. Not only was it a place to jump from bale to bale, but also where one could declare himself “king” at the top. More photos from both events appear inside this edition and online at www.mydailyregister.com.


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The annual Battle Days Festival took place over the weekend, celebrating the Battle of Point Pleasant and the history of the historic city. Pictured is a scene from Saturday’s parade with members of the Point Pleasant chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution carrying the colors. Also pictured, round bales of hay which provided entertainment for many youngsters at Mason’s Harvest Festival. Not only was it a place to jump from bale to bale, but also where one could declare himself “king” at the top. More photos from both events appear inside this edition and online at www.mydailyregister.com.

The annual Battle Days Festival took place over the weekend, celebrating the Battle of Point Pleasant and the history of the historic city. Pictured is a scene from Saturday’s parade with members of the Point Pleasant chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution carrying the colors. Also pictured, round bales of hay which provided entertainment for many youngsters at Mason’s Harvest Festival. Not only was it a place to jump from bale to bale, but also where one could declare himself “king” at the top. More photos from both events appear inside this edition and online at www.mydailyregister.com.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-Page-1.jpgThe annual Battle Days Festival took place over the weekend, celebrating the Battle of Point Pleasant and the history of the historic city. Pictured is a scene from Saturday’s parade with members of the Point Pleasant chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution carrying the colors. Also pictured, round bales of hay which provided entertainment for many youngsters at Mason’s Harvest Festival. Not only was it a place to jump from bale to bale, but also where one could declare himself “king” at the top. More photos from both events appear inside this edition and online at www.mydailyregister.com. Beth Sergent/OVP Mindy Kearns/Courtesy
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