The 38th annual turtle races were a hot ticket on Saturday at the Glandorf Park Fest. (Putnam Sentinel/Steven Coburn-Griffis)
The 38th annual turtle races were a hot ticket on Saturday at the Glandorf Park Fest. (Putnam Sentinel/Steven Coburn-Griffis)
GLANDORF — Along with holding turtle races for the 38th year, the Glandorf Park Fest featured tournaments for young, old and everyone in between, food and live music.

The festival began Friday evening with face painting for kids and a candy store behind the fire station. Saturday included competition in cornhole and horse shoe despite a stiff breeze. The reverse raffle, the eighth to happen during the annual fest, raised approximately $10,000 for Glandorf Park and made a few ticket holders lucky winners.

See Wednesday's Sentinel for more details.