HUMBOLDT — Biblesta committee chair members expect the 2012 parade and festival will live up to its reputation for its 55th year.
Shirley Fisher, head of the committee for the third year, said the people of Humboldt have been working hard to make this year’s celebration better than ever. Fisher said the committee has added a youth area, inflatable play areas and petting zoo in recent years, which has added to the atmosphere of Biblesta.
This year Humboldt officials have reworked the electrical connections in the town square, including the pavilion and street lights. Fisher said the Downtown Action Team has refurbished the floor and ceiling of the pavilion, making the area more accessible for “Biblesta After Dark” — a program meant to cater to teens and young adults.
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