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Terre Haute Tribune Star (Newspaper) - August 28, 2011, Terre Haute, Indiana mmMM hundred people watch a street performance during Saturday's event. By Brian M. Boyce □ Tribune-Star housands packed streets hot with sunshine Saturday for a downtown party sprawling block after block. The inaugural Downtown Terre Haute Block Party kicked off at 1 p.m. With a parade along Wabash Avenue, and streams of people continued that path well into the ^ evehii^. . In case you ^ ^ Do>^topfce^ missed It... Haute,Inc.President _... . ^Slance S tSent ""f^es for the attendance at me event ¡naugural Downtown Mdp^ed: 2,000 by jerre Haute Block Party. 450 p.m., with another- - p„g arüsts lined the streets between Fourth and mm.tribstar.com. Ninth along Wabash, and nearly every business on the route was open and participating, he said. "Just anecdotally, the crowd's been very pleasant," he said, noting more than 100 residents signed up to receive the Downtown Terre Haute Inc. e-newsletter as gift certificates were raffled off by Center City Apartments. "Overall, the crowd's been very pleasant: And the crowd seemed constant, as the ^ _ sidewalks and streets were full. Up on the ^ western edge of the party, the Terre Haute ,. .^:^p,e-star/B0b Poynter g^^^^j Counter Points per- írtví/Aítnn. ipvpral formed on Stage 1, just off Fourth Street ► Turn to BLOCK, AH - " 7 ot14 ■ Ovei1i|!v: Four qt^r-.I ters wásñjt enough as' - i ........ on^Ci arid^wTb^ri -MM By Brian M. Boyce ^ amid a capacitjf crowd at Memorial -■nuBUNE-^AR Stadium. A1996 graduate of Terre Haute South Vigo High School Long' : s Braves and Patriots alike-ijieered played football for the Braves. . .in,iuiisonas afoTOej%oCounty . But at 6:45 p.nL. all involved' _ ^^tudent-atWjete was .fion^ for,his ^eje fans of the family, as Long's I - s^ce.' - , l a . .:.widow Danielle w^ presentied a,;: , I iciaipp Braye^je^wfiithehis^^^^ Retired:. Terre, Haute South retires a jersey with the num-J ber208in honor of failen^^erre Police oiffi-cfer Brent ^ Long. Tribune-star/: Rachel Kcytt ^üniilié» " "Í! ll""-!« fi f r i ■ál li-!. V I" • if-I», l-l" r im
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