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Vintage Dodge Power Wagon Rally

PHOTO COURTESY OF ANNALISA MILLER

Fairfield resident Lulu Miller stands next to a 1942 WC-52 Dodge Power Wagon used in World War II. It is owned by her uncle Jens Butler and his wife Holly, also of Fairfield. This vehicle was one of many to roll down Burlington Avenue Saturday morning for the 32nd Annual Vintage Dodge Power Wagon Rally from the Jefferson County Fairgrounds to Central Park. Miller’s mother, Annalisa, said she and her family members Rachel, Jens, Kai and Lars have been involved in the power wagon rally from the start. Annalisa recalls taking tickets at the fairgrounds during the first rally when she was 16.
PHOTO COURTESY OF ANNALISA MILLER Fairfield resident Lulu Miller stands next to a 1942 WC-52 Dodge Power Wagon used in World War II. It is owned by her uncle Jens Butler and his wife Holly, also of Fairfield. This vehicle was one of many to roll down Burlington Avenue Saturday morning for the 32nd Annual Vintage Dodge Power Wagon Rally from the Jefferson County Fairgrounds to Central Park. Miller’s mother, Annalisa, said she and her family members Rachel, Jens, Kai and Lars have been involved in the power wagon rally from the start. Annalisa recalls taking tickets at the fairgrounds during the first rally when she was 16.
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Fairfield resident Lulu Miller stands next to a 1942 WC-52 Dodge Power Wagon used in World War II. It is owned by her uncle Jens Butler and his wife Holly, also of Fairfield. This vehicle was one of many to roll down Burlington Avenue Saturday morning for the 32nd Annual Vintage Dodge Power Wagon Rally from the Jefferson County Fairgrounds to Central Park. Miller’s mother, Annalisa, said she and her family members Rachel, Jens, Kai and Lars have been involved in the power wagon rally from the start. Annalisa recalls taking tickets at the fairgrounds during the first rally when she was 16.