“Sadie” won the “COLO, the Dog” contest, sponsored by the FC&A Club Friday night. She will represent the city of Colo for the next year. Sadie (aka “COLO”) belongs to Marilyn Long of Colo. The old town story behind this stems from belief that the town got its name from a local dog named Colo.
Gannon Short and Breckin Clatt recover from the Color Run.
The Rex Handsaker Memorial Truck Pull was held Friday night in front of a great crowd.
Ryan Davison, son of Jessie Davison, and Danika Wilkins, daughter of Paul and Mary Wilkins, reign as Colo Prince and Princess at the parade Saturday.
Sharon Wilson assists her granddaughter, Hannah Fritz, with her vintage wear for the Colo Historical Society’s cemetery walk.
Pat Peakin poses as his grandfather, Patrick John Peakin, at St. James Catholic cemetery.
Jacob Clatt passes the ball during the Crossroads volleyball tournament. Six teams enjoyed five hours of competition.
Sam McKinney delivers popcorn on the parade route for the Country Pioneers 4-H Club.
Dameon Choate gets hit from both ways during water fights on Main Street.
Former CN basketball coach, Doyle Miller, and grandsons, Chase, Miller and Ethan, all of the Orlando, Fla. area, wait for more parade candy to fly.
Photos by Sandy Cutler