[Posted on Oct 01, 2014 | 39 views]
Achilles Elementary School had a fine turn-out for the Firemen's Parade.
Lee West competes in the anchor throwing contest.
Cindy Wilson shows off a purchase she made from vendor Kim Wilson at the Guinea Jubilee Saturday.
Davia Williams of Buttarcups inflates balloons for children of all ages.
Richard Green of Bena won the best in show trophy for his 1955 Ford Crown Victoria.
Talon Griggs tries to tame a wayward bull in the children's rides arena at the Guinea Jubilee on Saturday.
B.T. Smith competes in the crab pot pulling contest.
Ben Scott of Dust N Rust works on one of his many pieces of practical art.
Surry Vol. Fire and Rescue sent a real oldie to Abingdon Vol. Fire and Rescue's Firemen's Parade.
A volunteer with Abingdon Vol. Fire and Rescue hams it up for the crowd.
The crew of Abingdon Volunteer Fire and Rescue appears to be growing younger.
Alana Gaud of Buttarcups Face Painting adds just the right touch to make Claire Smith shine.
Grand Marshal Elliot Hogge and his wife Sandra are a class act as they ride atop a convertible.
Nicholas Sanders, left, and Gaston Trimble take a few tumbles while good-naturedly jousting.
American Legion Post 75 Gloucester Riders were out in force for the Abingdon Vol. Fire and Rescue Firemen's Parade.
The Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester promote their cause while having fun.
The Gloucester High School Marching Dukes appear in all their finery.
Gloucester High School's National Jr. ROTC members proudly march in formation.
Constable Heartless (aka Randy Gnatowsky), captain of Blackbeard's Crew, displays his hand-made cannons, pistols, and other pirate paraphernalia.
The Guinea Jubilee Princesses are pretty in pink--and blue and white.
The Khedive Shriners cut a fine figure in a variety of vehicles, including this hot rod.
Riding the self-propelled Tilt-A-Whirl are, from left, Hope Estes, Nicholas Sanders, Kristian Alves, and Casey Charnick.
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