Today was a day of celebrations for two communities.. both celebrating the mark of a century for two entirely different events.
In Mohall, alumni celebrated 100 years of Yellow Jacket pride.
Former Mohall graduates reunited to take part in the parade that kicked off the all-school reunion and festivities.
This year marks 100 years of celebrating in the all-school reunion parade.
Alumni from different decades celebrated the all school reunion centennial from floats including the class of 1957's King and Queen.
(Jeff Oberholtzer, Parade Chairman) "It is fun for the community because everyone gets to come back and visit. Especially for the older generations, they are coming back and actually getting to see people they haven't seen for quite a few years. So it is something that is enjoyable."
About 25 miles up the road from Mohall, another group was celebrating the century mark. The Feland Family Farm was established a century ago
and has maintained and thrived throughout four generations.
Greg Feland and his wife own the Feland Family Farm and invited
friends and family to get together for the celebration.
Festivities began at noon with lunch and continued throughout the evening which included a comedian act, air show and a performance by the Bellamy Brothers.
(Greg Feland, Owner, Feland Farms) "It is exciting to be the one on the farm during the 100 year celebration. It should be good, should be a good time for everybody."