N eighbors in Hemlock are wrapping up their "Sawdust Day's" Festival.
N ow in it's 38th year, " S awdust Day"s features food and fun all for a good cause.
M oney raised from the weekend festival goes toward scholarships and local churches.
T he festival began three decades ago to help local organizations raise money.
Chairperson B etty Weiskirch says,"When we first started we didn't make any money. Now we're making a little bit of money and it's donated back to the community and we do scholarships."
T he festival also featured a picnic and a 5- K , early Sunday morning.