620 Day is A-OK

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June 22, 2020 - 9:56 AM

Darcy O’Neill and her daughter, Delaney O’Neill, of Wichita, check out clothing at Audacious Boutique during 620 Day Saturday. The O’Neills and their friends were passing through Iola and stopped to check out the event. Photo by Vickie Moss / Iola Register

Shoppers flocked to downtown Iola Saturday for 620 Day-related sales and other activities.

Darcy O’Neill and her daughter, Delaney O’Neill, of Wichita, check out clothing at Audacious Boutique. The O’Neills and their friends were passing through Iola and stopped to check out the event.

Heather Breitenstein and Travis Sigg learn about bicycle helmets from Dave Fontaine. The Allen County Multi-Agency Team (ACMAT) received 100 helmets from Kansas Safe Kids, and gave away several at Saturday’s event.Photo by Vickie Moss / Iola Register

Heather Breitenstein and Travis Sigg learn about bicycle helmets from Dave Fontaine. The Allen County Multi-Agency Team (ACMAT) received 100 helmets from Kansas Safe Kids, and gave away several at Saturday’s event.

Curtis Russell, director of the Allen County Historical Society Museum, demonstrates how to make hard tack, a food product that lasts for years and will soften in milk and water. It was a staple of the Old West.Photo by Vickie Moss

Curtis Russell, director of the Allen County Historical Society Museum, demonstrates how to make hard tack, a food product that lasts for years and will soften in milk and water. It was a staple of the Old West.

Kylie Renfro and daughter Paislee, in front, and Jackie Evans check out free flip flops and other items offered by Safe Base, with Susan Hawk manning the booth. Photo by Vickie Moss / Iola Register

Kylie Renfro and daughter Paislee, in front, and Jackie Evans check out free flip flops and other items offered by Safe Base, with Susan Hawk manning the booth.

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