Welcome to Emeryville! This small, quiet town on the banks of the Mirage River hasn't changes since it was founded, sure it grew, people came and went, but it still hasn't lost that comfortable atmosphere.
The pride and joy of Emeryville is the local St.-Lucas school in the towncenter near the church and cityhall. It was built with the money of Mr. Parr who grew up in Emeryville and moved to Metroville to try and make his fortune. He succeeded but never forgot his hometown. So he paid for the replacement of the local school and built a new villa next to the school where he spent his retirement untill he passed away. Now it's an agricultural museum.
Off course this wasn't the only thing he funded. He invested his money in a lot of local projects like the local Municiberg Park. Originaly this forest was to cut down to make way for new housing.
South of the Municiberg Park there is the Emeryville State Fair. Every year the Emeryville Festival is organised and the main attraction is the Fair. Tourists from all over Tremorton Valley come to this event.
These local industries process agricultural products. The fertile fields on the banks off the Mirage River provide the food for the cities Metroville downriver and Municiberg upriver.
And with the picture of this lovely township in the middle of the fields we end this CJ entry. See you next time for a visit to the rival twin cities Ranton And New Ranton.