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Sights from Hurricane’s 4th of July

Hurricane 4th of July parade watchers were treated to a scene from the past by Allen’s Funeral Home. This hearse is much like the one which Noah Allen, the founder of Allen’s Funeral Home, parked outside his store more than 100 years ago.

Today, the funeral home is operated by Noah’s great-grandsons Greg and Wesley Allen.

Members of Marine Corps League Detachment #1474 led the Hurricane parade.
Corvettes were on parade to the delight of onlookers.
Madison Stalnaker was one of many beauty contest winners in the Hurricane parade.
Without a doubt, this was the most ancient vehicle at Hurricane’s parade.
Hurricane Little League All-Stars were one of several youth sports teams to participate.
This Farmall has seen more 4th of July holidays than its driver.
The Hurricane Middle School Band was the lone school band in the parade.
Members of Hurricane City Council carve up free watermelon at City Park.
One hundred and fifty hot dogs were placed before the ten contestants who had a 5 minute time limit.
Scott McKillop and Logan Beabout gobble down two hot dogs in a weiner-off to determine the contest winner under thew eye of Mayor Scott Edwards (right).
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