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Dayton Old Timers Weekend
July 24th - 26th
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2019 Senior Court
King Bill Stockhoff, qualified for military service, school program contributions (FFA), and church volunteer work;
Queen Eunice Goodrich, qualified for contributions to education as a teacher, the agricultural community (previous Ag woman of the year), and church leadership;
Prince Sam Sweeney, qualified for contributions to land and home development, environmental stewardship and conservation, and the local economy as a long time employer;
Princess Hope Flores, qualified for community contributions as a local participant and volunteer, community greeter, and neighborhood connector
To see past Senior Courts, please click here.
History of Old Timers Picnic/Weekend
Held on the last weekend in July, this annual celebration began in 1934 and was a day set aside for all Dayton residents to renew old friendships and make new ones. The picnic began as a celebration potluck with all participants contributing to one main table.
Throughout the years, the gathering has become a time of family gatherings and class reunions where old timers continue to gather. This tradition is still continuing after 85 years. In 1980 the Old Timers Picnic name was changed to the Old Timers Weekend in order to celebrate 100 years of incorporation of the City of Dayton.
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