[Posted on Sep 28, 2016 | 43 views]
Gloucester High School junior Terry Reed and other NJROTC cadets from the school carry a large American flag during Saturday’s Guinea Jubilee parade. Photo by Bill Nachman
Tanya Bray—the only female who tried the crab pot pulling event at the Guinea Jubilee—came in a close fourth in Saturday’s contest. She is shown with official Jimmy Hogge, who is timing her with a stopwatch. Photo by Jim Baughman
Richard and Cathy Ruble admire a 1955 Belair owned by Richard Green on display at the car show Saturday held in conjunction with the Guinea Jubilee. Photo by Bill Nachman
Contests are held every year at the Guinea Jubilee to keep the area’s traditional waterman heritage alive. Here, the winners of the crab pot pulling contest are shown holding their trophies, from left: James Lee West (first place), Calvin West (second place) and Jeffrey Shackelford (third place). Photo by Jim Baughman
Contests are held every year at the Guinea Jubilee to keep the area’s traditional waterman heritage alive. Here, the anchor toss winners were, from left: Dean Rea (third place), Jeff Custis (second place) and Calvin West (first place). They are shown here with event official Jimmy Hogge, at left. Photo by Jim Baughman
As darkness fell over the Jubilee Friday night, the Mullins Sisters band tuned up and got the large crowd rocking, clapping, and in some cases, dancing. Photo by Elsa Verbyla
Hannah Sawyer of Dutton showed off her big catch in the Bubba photo booth erected by the Gazette-Journal. A lot of Jubilee visitors stopped by to establish braggin’ rights. Photo by Elsa Verbyla
Residents gather at the old Buck Rowe's Store to watch the annual Guinea Jubilee Firemen's Parade. Photo by Bill Nachman
Children dangle their fishing lines off the Gloucester Point Baptist Church float, themed "Catching one soul at a time," during the annual Guinea Jubilee Firemen's Parade. Photo by Bill Nachman
Paul Blais, the artist whose artwork won this year’s Guinea Jubilee Poster Contest, shows a print to Ginny Hamlet of Perrin during Saturday’s festival at Bena. Photo by Bill Nachman
 
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