[October 14, 2013]
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Saturday, an annual
cruise-in brought a variety of vehicles and visitors to The Mill on
The annual gathering at The Mill
includes the car show as well as other great activities, such as live
music and good food. As the day began, folks filtered in,
taking a look-see at the vintage cars brought in by the Railsplitter
Antique Auto Club. They also got a peek at what has been going
on inside The Mill.
Inside, the main attraction
was the hardwood flooring that has been finished in the front dining
area of the building. Also, there were several items on
display that originally came from the Pig Hip Restaurant in Broadwell.
Outside, folks had the
opportunity to sign the car hood on display. The hood was part
of the last memorial service for the Pig Hip and its late owner
Ernie Edwards. The hood was signed by several folks on that
day. This weekend new signatures were added. The
hood will eventually be a permanent part of the museum that will be
inside The Mill.
Pictures by Nila Smith