Weatherford Living

July 15, 2014 9:30 AM

PEACHY

Tammy Gazzola, Weatherford Chamber of Commerce President, said things couldn’t have been more “peachy” in downtown Weatherford as thousands gathered for what could almost be described as a pilgrimage to Parker County to celebrate the 30th Annual Peach Festival.

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