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Remember When?

Courtesy photo It was 80 years ago this month that Tally Poquette and Marie Shandonay were crowned King and Queen of Gladstone’s 1940 Winter Carnival. A letter from Congressman Bradley was sent in recognition of the event. The day was complete with an official ceremony and procession in a horse drawn sleigh. By all appearances, it was a fun-filled day, proving that winter can indeed be fun in Michigan.

Courtesy photo

It was 80 years ago this month that Tally Poquette and Marie Shandonay were crowned King and Queen of Gladstone’s 1940 Winter Carnival. A letter from Congressman Bradley was sent in recognition of the event. The day was complete with an official ceremony and procession in a horse drawn sleigh. By all appearances, it was a fun-filled day, proving that winter can indeed be fun in Michigan.

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