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Rain Dampens 2013 Cataract Bean Dinner Festival Attendance, But Not Spirits



Volunteer firefighter Clint Galloway braved the rain, mud and the muck to dish up ham and beans at the annual Cataract Bean Dinner Festival Sunday afternoon. (Staff Photo) Volunteer firefighter Clint Galloway braved the rain, mud and the muck to dish up ham and beans at the annual Cataract Bean Dinner Festival Sunday afternoon. (Staff Photo)

Nine-year-old isabella Wimsatt was all decked out in her mud boots as she awaited her next customer. Isabella, daughter of Michelle Fender of Spencer, served up yellow and pink lemonade at her stand, just down from the volunteer fire department. (Staff Photo) Nine-year-old isabella Wimsatt was all decked out in her mud boots as she awaited her next customer. Isabella, daughter of Michelle Fender of Spencer, served up yellow and pink lemonade at her stand, just down from the volunteer fire department. (Staff Photo)

Jack Rollings, age two, smiled for the camera as he donned a hooded sweatshirt and jeans Sunday afternoon at the Cataract Bean Dinner Festival. Jack is the son of Eric and Rachel Rollings and grandson of Eddie Rollings. Jack Rollings, age two, smiled for the camera as he donned a hooded sweatshirt and jeans Sunday afternoon at the Cataract Bean Dinner Festival. Jack is the son of Eric and Rachel Rollings and grandson of Eddie Rollings.

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