Ian Hall was flying high on the bungee swing at the Homecoming Days festival in Jenkins last weekend.
Letcher County’s festival season began once again over the weekend with the arrival of the Jenkins Homecoming Days Festival. Next up on the list of the gatherings leading to the Mountain Heritage Festival late in September is the Isom Days Festival now underway in that community.
The Jenkins High School cheerleading squad came out to show its school spirit during Saturday’s parade.
The Jenkins High School Marching Band performed the Cavalier Fight Song during Saturday’s Homecoming Days parade.
Members of the Letcher Central JROTC Color Guard present the colors at the beginning of the Jenkins Homecoming Days parade.
Jenkins’s newly-formed Girl Scout troop prepared for a ride through the Jenkins Homecoming Day Festival parade. From left, troop assistant leaders Stachia and Barbara Collins; scouts Allison Anderson, Violet Jackson, Jayda Collins, Shelbi Jackson, Nirvana Niece and Megan Hall; assistant leader Alissa Wright and troop leader Debbie Anderson.
Avery Graham was all smiles on the paddle boat ride at the Jenkins Homecoming Days carnival.
Paitynn Richardson, pictured at right, held on tight at the Jenkins Homecoming Days carnival.
Boggs Pharmacy staff members, from left, Kristi Graham, Pharmacist Jay Graham, Alexis Watts, and Betsy Addington. All photos by Chris Anderson