Labor Day parade less crowded, but as grand as ever.9-6-21

This year’s Labor Day Parade in downtown Ripley was a little less crowded than normal, but those who took part in the event were as spirited as ever. From family reunions, Rice Park royalty, distinguished Veterans, beautiful floats and Grand Marshal Paula Lee Durham, this year’s parade had it all!

A group of local Veterans were honored for their service
Paula Lee Durham and her husband, Mr. Durham, led the parade. Mrs. Durham as the event’s Grand Marshal
The NAACP took part in the event with a nice float
Mr. and Miss Rice Park were a part of the parade
Ripley Mayor Craig Fitzhugh drove a special car in the Labor Day Parade
The Johnson Family was one of several families to enjoy a reunion as part of this weekend’s events
There were several gorgeous floats in the parade
The Ripley High School Marching Band performed Monday
The Ripley High School Class of 1975 had a float in the Labor Day Parade

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