Oct 5, 2012 1:56 AM by Christina Jensen, KSBY News
People who have lived in Paso Robles for at least 50 years were honored Thursday for their contributions to the community.
The Paso Robles Rotary Club held its annual old timer's luncheon at the Mid-State Fairgrounds.
Many attendees were ranchers, business owners, and public servants who helped shape the city of Paso Robles.
In addition to the lunch, people were able to visit the Paso Robles Pioneer Museum and talk to California's Miss Rodeo Queen.
This year marks the 82nd annual Pioneer Day in Paso Robles.
The parade will be held this Saturday at 10 a.m. on Spring Street.
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