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Hurricane’s 4th of July Parade Punctuated with Umbrellas

Umbrellas were the story of the day at Hurricane’s 4th of July parade. The parade began on time despite a heavy twenty-minute downpour before the 2:00 p.m. start time.

Marine Corps League Detachment No. 1474 is always faithful to lead the parade.
There were several church floats which advertised their upcoming VBS.
Marshall Ginn was among the city council members who hid beneath umbrellas.
Mayor Scott Edwards and daughter Peyton and Hurricane 4th of July parades are one
Yuletide in the Park were on parade in Hurricane.
Miss Putnam County Fair advertised the PC Fair July 12 opening
This was one of several vintage tractors to participate.
Model T Fords first paraded on the 4th of July one hundred years ago
Umbrellas were much in need for moist of the parade
This Corvette led a large convoy of both recent and not so recent ’Vettes.
Miss Charleston Ribfest was among the many beauty queens to participate.
Little Miss WV Coal Festival Caroline Lilly enjoyed the parade.
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