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If this is the case with the gift you've selected, the local florist will ensure that the style, theme and color scheme of your arrangement is preserved and will only substitute items of equal or higher value.
Many activities, such as pigtail contest, pig skin throw and pork cook off contests are held on the court yard, plus several vendors are present on the Court House Lawn to celebrate Pig Days.
Today the tradition continues even though the hog population is more confined to buildings rather than open fields.
In some instances, the florists photo may represent an overall theme or look and include a one-of-a-kind vase which cannot be exactly replicated.
Although the actual bouquet may not precisely match the photo, its temperament will.
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If you wish to pay a new ticket or an existing fine with Visa or Master Card please go to: https:// You must have your name, date of birth, case number or ticket number and provide the phone number of the cardholder when you pay on this website. Washington Street Pittsfield, IL 62363 Phone: (217) 285-6612 Fax: (217) 285-4726 Office Hours Monday - Friday a.m. Date: July Community: Pittsfield Details: Pig Days is held the second weekend in July on the Court House lawn in Pittsfield.Pig Days was created many years ago to celebrate the fact that Pike County Illinois was the Hog Capital of the World.Starting with their season opening 6-0 win over North Greene in 1966, the Pittsfield Saukees reeled off 64 consecutive wins, which included 15 straight shutouts between 19.The streak extended all the way through to the second game of the 1973 season, when Pittsfield dropped a 12-0 decision to Winchester, Illinois.The Pittsfield Lions Club is the sponsor of this event.