Carey will commemorate its 100th birthday Saturday with a centennial celebration that will bring together locals and visitors to honor the founding of the city in 1919.

City Clerk Tess Cenarrusa said that typically, Carey Days is this weekend, previously called Pioneer Days, but because of the big birthday, the celebrations will be together this year. Founded by Mormon settlers, the town has remained a small rural community for the past century

The centennial events and presentations were organized with the help of the City Council, the Carey-Picabo Chamber of Commerce and local volunteers, Censarrusa said.

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