Dwuane Fisher and Carl Oversleugh have lived in Phelps for years.
"It's a beautiful community to live in," said Dwuane Fisher, has lived in Phelps for 70 years.
"It's not a real fancy town, but it's a good community town," said Carl Oversleugh, who has lived in Phelps for 70 years also.
They meet for coffee almost every morning, and that is where News 8 caught up with them, at the Village Caf.
"We all come down, gather around and talk to day over. We try to solve the world's problems more or less, but we don't always do that," said Oversleugh.
One of those topics on everyone's mind is the Annual Sauerkraut Festival.
"Since day one I've never missed a Sauerkraut Festival," said Fisher.
The festival began in 1967 as a way to celebrate Phelps being one of the largest producers of sauerkraut.
For the last 45 years it has been a big hit.
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"I think everyone looks forward to it. Even though there is no Sauerkraut factory here anymore it is something the Phelps community really embraces and I think everyone looks forward too," said Al Deporter, who has gone to the festival for years.
The festival will be in Phelps till Saturday, and those who go each year say you won't be disappointed.
"There is a parade, there is always something going on, there are fireworks going on at night. You know a lot of people who don't live in Phelps and they come back to Phelps and get to see the people they haven't seen in a while," said Oversleugh.
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