- Approximately 5,000 folks filled Cambridge’s Main Street during the Cambridge Customer Appreciation Event held Friday, Sept. 16. Photos by Rachel Kytonen
The scarecrow created by the Deputy Registrar with license plates took 3rd place in the Scarecrow Contest.
This 1932 Ford Model B, registered to Vern and Darlene Maslow of Stanchfield, was a part of the classic car show.
This 1930 Ford A, registered to Jim Richardson, was a part of the classic car show.
Curves' entry in the Scarecrow Contest.
The Scotsman/Isanti County News' entry in the Scarecrow Contest.
Over 220 classic car shows registered for the Appreciation Event.
The Shalom Shop's entry in the Scarecrow Contest.
Despite the chilly weather, folks came from all over the area to enjoy the Appreciation Event.
Adevia Spa and Salon's entry in the Scarecrow Contest won first place, as judged by the 2011 Cambridge Ambassadors.
Several volunteers from Cambridge businesses volunteered their time for the Customer Appreciation Event.
Thousands of folks enjoyed a free meal and cake during the Appreciation Event.
The Timeless Band was enjoyed by many.
The USA-1 4X4 Team had a semi, as well as a truck, on display at the event.
2011 Cambridge Ambassador Jessicah Rooney put some face-paint artwork on Hayley Larsen.
Rose Hermanson allowed the folks to pet her alpacas that she leases through the Twisted Suri Alpaca Ranch. The Ranch has an Open House on Sept. 24 & 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information on the Ranch, call 612-385-2187 or visit www.twistedsurialpacaranch.com