WEST SALEM, Wis. (WXOW) – Despite Sunday’s wet weather conditions, many people visited Village Park in West Salem for the final day of their annual June Dairy Days celebration.
Hundreds of people attended the Dairy Days from Friday through Sunday, as it serves as a great cause for local organizations—providing games and food for guests. All proceeds from the event goes to local organizations.
“It’s all about supporting our local community. There’s local organizations helping out and all the money made from the festival goes back to those organizations. We’re not only celebrating June and dairy, we’re celebrating local organizations,” June Dairy Days Executive Board member Bob Anderson said.
Anderson said June Dairy Days gives back to organizations, such as Boy Scouts of America, St. Leo’s Catholic Church, and Our Savior’s Luther Church among many other organizations.
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