Tuesday May 08 2012 comments Clarksville Day 2012 By: Telegraph Photography by Menka Belgal -A +A Antique cars rolled down the old stretch of Lincoln Highway in Clarksville. David Madam, 5, examines his pan in the hope of spotting a fleck of gold. Ernie Gunderson, from Rescue, leads the parade of antique cars in his Model A 1929 Touring Ford. Jerry Gardner, of the Sierra Nevada Mormon Pioneers, plays the role of a Mormon merchant at Clarksville Day. Horse-drawn wagons shuttled people back and forth from the parking lot to the main event area at Clarksville Day. The barrel of the cannon is cleaned after the firing. In addition to the Model A Fords, there were a number of Model Ts from the 1900s which followed in the parade. Josh Urjevich, 4, a descendant from a pioneer family, enjoys playing in the fire engine. The Mormon Battalion re-enactors fire the cannon during Clarksville Day. Live entertainment kept people enjoying the afternoon during Clarksville Day in El Dorado Hills. Sam Beezley, 6, feeds a carrot to one of the Pony Express horses during Clarksville Day. Britney Stephens, 12, is the youngest of the Pony Express Riders. She has been on a horse since was just 1 year old and was also the Mutton Busting Champion in 2007 in the El Dorado County Fair. There were gun reenactment shows put on by Sierra Guns for Hire. Horse-drawn carriages shuttle people from the parking lot to the event site. Sue Foreman, from the Gold Country Lacemakers, patiently creates yards of lace during Clarksville Day at El Dorado Hills. Richard Heisler from the Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad Association cleans his Dockside locomotive during Clarksville Day in El Dorado Hills.