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Highland gears up for Fun Days

The event will include kids' games, live music and more.

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TOWN OF HIGHLAND — Highland Fun Days will take place Aug. 27 starting at noon at the Highland Fire Hall.

The community event will include kids' games, a bounce house, vendors, concessions and a penny raffle. Live music by the local band Last Call will take place from 7-10 p.m. All proceeds go to the fire department.

Vendor spots are available; donations are being sought. For more information, to donate or to reserve a vendor spot, email Terri Nelson at highlandvfd@gmail.com or message the Highland Fire Department Facebook page .

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