Reedy - 4th of July 1910 - J.M. Seaman
and his team with a group of local
citizens in the once thriving town
(Photo from Reedy in 1920 - as reported
in the Reedy News
by W. Frederick Craig)

The second annual 'Come Home to Reedy' homecoming is set for August 31-September 1.

All the musical entertainment is free. It starts on Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, Health Net and Air Evac will be on site, with kid's games and and bounce house, also free.

There will be a dress up bicycle parade, the winner getting a new bike, with flea market, craft and yard sale spots available for $10.

Food and drinks available on site.

For details about schedules and events see   Come Home to Reedy

For information or booth reservation call Mitch McCumbers 304-927-0402.


Elvis comes to Reedy

Calhoun's own Sonny Lowers (3rd
from left) plays a little bluegrass

Former Calhouner Allie Short and
wife (far left) enjoy festivities

Lots of activities for the kids

Perhaps the nicest feature of the former bustling
town - green fields created by flood plain mitigation

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