Although rain chased away half of the 30 vendors that had signed up for street sale, the Village of Cameron still made the best of it and had its ribbon-cutting, crafters and food trucks along Main Street and food samples, silent auction, kids activities and a chance to meet former Green Bay Packers kicker Chester Marcol ending with a showing of the John Mitchell's documentary "Cheeseheads."
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Village President Mark Trowbridge cuts the ribbon as those gathered applaud the end of Cameron's Main Street project.
Vendor Mary Lepke's crafts spark interest of customer Wendi Hoefferle.
Vendor Kathy Caesar's candles offered all the scents of fall.
Jean Hose, holding Rudy; and Frankie Pica, holding Sugar; help the Community Cat Coalition find homes for cats at the Street Sale.
Mary Javner talks Katie Harris into buying an American Legion Auxiliary raffle ticket.
Rich Kehm helps Suzi Ziemek with her In Color and Stitches crafts.
Six-year-old Adrianna Fuentes is thrilled with all her Street Sale purchases.
Evelyn Andreason tries to ring a pumpkin while her sister Serendity helps pick up the rings in the old Cameron School gym.
Alyssa Sagen and Janelle Barnes make good guesses, hoping to win some fall treats.
Tucker Hauser of Bruce likes the Pumpkin Chuck'in game.
Mitchell and Mary Jo Ehle talk with former Green Bay Packer kicker Chester Marcol, who had for sale his book "Alive and Kicking."
Barron County Cheese, Northstar Bison and other area food vendors offered free sampling of their products at the old Cameron School gym.
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