LOW MOOR, Iowa — The city that calls themselves the biggest little town in Iowa has been celebrating its history all weekend long.
Low Moor Days ended Sunday afternoon, July 17, with a chicken dinner at the community center. The tiny town in Clinton County is home to less than 300 Iowans. The Low Moor Days Festival is held each year to promote community and shows surrounding areas a piece of small town America.
"There's just a special spirit, I believe, about small towns, and everyone works together, comes together, and knows the people. Small town America is very important," said Chris Minor-Heilig, local pastor.
Money raised at today's chicken dinner will help the area churches hold vacation bible school.