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I'm not sure what table had this sign, but it was an interesting one.

As it was so chilly, these people may have made a lot of sales.

There were also booths offering games and food.
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A local radio station was there.

The Masons were out in force. Not only did they offer food...

...they were also sponsoring a major child identification initiative.
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Doe Run had a table showing awards they had won in various mine safety and rescue competitions.

They have done well in lots of competitions.

They had a number of their awards on display.
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Rescue equipment was also on display.
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The main reason we came was to take the mine tour.

Tickets were free, but you had to sign up for a specific time slot as only about 30 people could be on the tour at any given time.

They had a large piece of galena on display.

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