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Decatur's 175th celebration opened over the weekend

August 22, 2011

Brad Boyle (left) and David Anspaugh sign programs before Saturday's screening of "Hoosiers." (Photo by Eric Mann)

    The 175th anniversary celebration of Decatur's founding began with a bang, with numerous events last weekend.
    One of the highlights was the screenings of "Hoosiers" and "Rudy" with David Anspaugh on hand to narrate and provide autographs.
    Brad Boyle, a Bellmont grad who played Whit in the film, and director Anspaugh, a 1965 Decatur High School grad, both attended the "Hoosiers" screening.
    Following is the 175 Celebration schedule for today through Wednesday:
Today
    4-8 p.m.—Taste of Decatur at Riverside Center tent, highlighting restaurants in Decatur.
    4-8 p.m.—Carriage rides in the city, starting and ending at Riverside Center.
    5:30-6:30 p.m.—Dancing by students of the Razz M' Jazz studio of Decatur in a tent at Riverside Center.
    
Tuesday
    6:30 p.m.—Historic reminiscing about Decatur by Charlie Brune at the Decatur branch of the Adams Public Library System.

Wednesday
    5-7 p.m.—Dedication of the playground equipment erected in American Legion Park on Winchester St., with games, food, etc.
    7 p.m.—Praise service at Riverside Center's tent by the Decatur Ministerial Association.

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