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Putnam Observes 4th of July

Putnam County celebrated the Independence Day holiday on Saturday, July 3, with parades, festivities and fireworks in both Hurricane and Buffalo.

Activities at Hurricane City Park included inflatables, a petting zoo, hot dog eating contest, professional entertainment, and lots of free things, including ice cream.

Hurricane 4th of July Parade

The Hurricane High School Marching Band participated in its first 4th of July parade since 2019.
Hurricane City Council member Marshall Ginn giveds a big “thumbs up” to parade spectators.
The Hurricane parade participants were many in number.
2020 Putnam County Fair Teen Queen Gracie Clark represented the fair at the Hurricane parade.
International Harvester is no more but this Farmall just keeps on running.
This antique vehicle was one of several in the Hurricane parade.
This Corvette was one of many in Hurricane as members of a Corvette Club showed up in numbers to show off their beauties.
The petting zoo at Hurricane City Park featured animals of all kinds.

Buffalo 4th of July Parade

This heavy duty loader pulled the Stokes Grocery float.
Uncle Sam pretended to be an ATV to the delight of onlookers.
A vehicle with a message.
This patriotic bird made its second appearance in the Buffalo’s parade.
No. 96 catches admiring glances of spectators.
Horses are always a part of the Buffalo parade.
Antique tractors are regulars at the Buffalo parade.
The Stoke Grocery float was one of several businesses to participate in the Buffalo parade.
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