Defending the fort once more


This weekend’s reenactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph saw a large crowd gather to watch the outdoor, living history drama at Krodel Park. According to Mason County Tourism Director Denny Bellamy, though the numbers hadn’t been officially tallied, it was believed there were more reenactors participating in this year’s drama than ever before. Bellamy said the number of those reenactors wishing to participate, shows the quality of the outdoor drama which is the opening event for the fort’s season each year. More photos from this year’s siege appear inside this edition.


This weekend’s reenactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph saw a large crowd gather to watch the outdoor, living history drama at Krodel Park. According to Mason County Tourism Director Denny Bellamy, though the numbers hadn’t been officially tallied, it was believed there were more reenactors participating in this year’s drama than ever before. Bellamy said the number of those reenactors wishing to participate, shows the quality of the outdoor drama which is the opening event for the fort’s season each year. More photos from this year’s siege appear inside this edition.

This weekend’s reenactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph saw a large crowd gather to watch the outdoor, living history drama at Krodel Park. According to Mason County Tourism Director Denny Bellamy, though the numbers hadn’t been officially tallied, it was believed there were more reenactors participating in this year’s drama than ever before. Bellamy said the number of those reenactors wishing to participate, shows the quality of the outdoor drama which is the opening event for the fort’s season each year. More photos from this year’s siege appear inside this edition.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_5.24-PPR-Fort.jpgThis weekend’s reenactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph saw a large crowd gather to watch the outdoor, living history drama at Krodel Park. According to Mason County Tourism Director Denny Bellamy, though the numbers hadn’t been officially tallied, it was believed there were more reenactors participating in this year’s drama than ever before. Bellamy said the number of those reenactors wishing to participate, shows the quality of the outdoor drama which is the opening event for the fort’s season each year. More photos from this year’s siege appear inside this edition.
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