For the love of cheese


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  • Photo by Ed Bailey Say "Cheese:" Visitors to the Cheese Festival in downtown Monroe last Saturday were entertained by performances from various local dance schools, including performers from Joanne's Dance Studio in Blooming Grove and th Orange County School of Dance.




  • Photo by Ed Bailey Ever-present: Members of the Monroe American Legion Post 488 continue to make significant contributions to their community and country. At Saturday's annual Cheese Festival in Monroe, members collected cell phones for soldiers.




  • Photo by Ed Bailey Jordan Resty, teh four-year-old daughter of Michael and Yael Resty of Monroe, has her face painted during last Saturday's Cheese Festival in Monroe.




  • Although the day was a celebration of Liederkranz, Velveeta and many things fromage, Saturday's Cheese Festival in Monroe also offered a multitude of choices for the hungry and and the simply curious.




  • Photo by Ed Bailey Members of the Joanne's Dance Studio in Blooming Grove danced to the great show tune, "Anything Goes," at Saturday's Cheese Festival in Monroe.




  • Samples anyone?



By most measures, Saturday’s annual Cheese Festival was a success. Downtown Monroe was crowded with festival-goers of all ages. Entertainment included young people dancing and demonstrating their athletic abilities. Community groups had a chance to tell people how their help and contributions make a difference. The one drawback was the cancellation of the 2012 Monroe Idol Competition due to severe weather. But festival organizers say the popular competition will be held at Smith Clove Park very soon. What else can be said other than it was a “cheesetastic day.”

Photos by Ed Bailey
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