Happy 150th birthday


Village of Pleasant Hill celebrates sesquicentennial milestone

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Sesquicentennial-goers had a chance to look over numerous vehicles during a cruise-in Saturday during the 150 year celebration in Pleasant Hill.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cheerleaders from Newton Schools march through the streets during the Sesquicentennial Saturday in Pleasant Hill.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Fred Lynch, of Dayton, speaks during a rededication ceremony honoring the men of patriotic duty recalling their toils through the battle where they lost their lives. He reminded those in attendance that the monument has stood to protect from any uprising coming in from the south while encouraging members of the community to remember and respect what the monument reflects.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News A float loaded with Little Miss and Mr. Pleasant Hill contestants rolls through Pleasant Hill during the Sesquicentennial parade Saturday during the celebration.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Children participate in a youth sack race competition at the school soccer fields Saturday during the 150 year Sesquicentennial celebration in Pleasant Hill.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Grand Marshall Ruby Coate, left, waves to parade-goers during the Sesquicentennial celebration Saturday in Pleasant Hill. At 100, Coate is the oldest living township member.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Civil War speaker Mike Spaulding renders a salute as he discusses the history of the Civil War with Sesquicentennial-goers Saturday in Pleasant Hill.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Sesquicentennial-goers had a chance to look over numerous vehicles during a cruise-in Saturday during the 150 year celebration in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Cheerleaders from Newton Schools march through the streets during the Sesquicentennial Saturday in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Fred Lynch, of Dayton, speaks during a rededication ceremony honoring the men of patriotic duty recalling their toils through the battle where they lost their lives. He reminded those in attendance that the monument has stood to protect from any uprising coming in from the south while encouraging members of the community to remember and respect what the monument reflects.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

A float loaded with Little Miss and Mr. Pleasant Hill contestants rolls through Pleasant Hill during the Sesquicentennial parade Saturday during the celebration.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Children participate in a youth sack race competition at the school soccer fields Saturday during the 150 year Sesquicentennial celebration in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Grand Marshall Ruby Coate, left, waves to parade-goers during the Sesquicentennial celebration Saturday in Pleasant Hill. At 100, Coate is the oldest living township member.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Civil War speaker Mike Spaulding renders a salute as he discusses the history of the Civil War with Sesquicentennial-goers Saturday in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Sesquicentennial-goers had a chance to look over numerous vehicles during a cruise-in Saturday during the 150 year celebration in Pleasant Hill.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_0866.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Sesquicentennial-goers had a chance to look over numerous vehicles during a cruise-in Saturday during the 150 year celebration in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cheerleaders from Newton Schools march through the streets during the Sesquicentennial Saturday in Pleasant Hill.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_0810.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cheerleaders from Newton Schools march through the streets during the Sesquicentennial Saturday in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Fred Lynch, of Dayton, speaks during a rededication ceremony honoring the men of patriotic duty recalling their toils through the battle where they lost their lives. He reminded those in attendance that the monument has stood to protect from any uprising coming in from the south while encouraging members of the community to remember and respect what the monument reflects.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_Rededication_9906.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Fred Lynch, of Dayton, speaks during a rededication ceremony honoring the men of patriotic duty recalling their toils through the battle where they lost their lives. He reminded those in attendance that the monument has stood to protect from any uprising coming in from the south while encouraging members of the community to remember and respect what the monument reflects.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News A float loaded with Little Miss and Mr. Pleasant Hill contestants rolls through Pleasant Hill during the Sesquicentennial parade Saturday during the celebration.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_0839.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News A float loaded with Little Miss and Mr. Pleasant Hill contestants rolls through Pleasant Hill during the Sesquicentennial parade Saturday during the celebration.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Children participate in a youth sack race competition at the school soccer fields Saturday during the 150 year Sesquicentennial celebration in Pleasant Hill.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_Sack_0975.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Children participate in a youth sack race competition at the school soccer fields Saturday during the 150 year Sesquicentennial celebration in Pleasant Hill.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Grand Marshall Ruby Coate, left, waves to parade-goers during the Sesquicentennial celebration Saturday in Pleasant Hill. At 100, Coate is the oldest living township member.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_Grand_0772.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Grand Marshall Ruby Coate, left, waves to parade-goers during the Sesquicentennial celebration Saturday in Pleasant Hill. At 100, Coate is the oldest living township member.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Civil War speaker Mike Spaulding renders a salute as he discusses the history of the Civil War with Sesquicentennial-goers Saturday in Pleasant Hill.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160625aw_PHill_CWSoldier_0994.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Civil War speaker Mike Spaulding renders a salute as he discusses the history of the Civil War with Sesquicentennial-goers Saturday in Pleasant Hill.
Village of Pleasant Hill celebrates sesquicentennial milestone

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