WEST SALEM, Wis. (WKBT) - June is National Dairy Month and in our area the dairy industry is continuing to be celebrated.
June Dairy Days wrapped up their 48th annual celebration in West Salem Sunday.
The 3 day event is a way to celebrate Wisconsin's dairy heritage.
The events Sunday included a chicken Q, carnival games and an antique car show which featured 218 cars. Leroy Brown President of June Dairy Days said it is way to bring the community together.
"June Dairy Days is an annual celebration we have here it started out as a way to celebrate our dairy farmers, and it's continued on, now it's just a community celebration. All the different volunteer organizations in town put in their time and effort to help pull it off,” Brown said.
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