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What a day for a parade!

The 2011 Mountain Heritage Festival Parade was held in downtown Whitesburg Saturday under a clear and sunny late September sky.











FRIENDLY RABBIT — Alexis Cox took a moment to pet a rabbit that was being carried through the parade as part of an entry by the Letcher County Extension Service.

FRIENDLY RABBIT — Alexis Cox took a moment to pet a rabbit that was being carried through the parade as part of an entry by the Letcher County Extension Service.

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER — Paige Adams carried daughter Karsyn as part of a group of young twirlers.

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER — Paige Adams carried daughter Karsyn as part of a group of young twirlers.

SHOWING THE COLORS — Kennedy Harvey greeted the crowd with a wave of the United States flag as she leaned out the window of a Kingscreek Fire Department truck during the 2011 Mountain Heritage Festival Parade on Sept. 24.

SHOWING THE COLORS — Kennedy Harvey greeted the crowd with a wave of the United States flag as she leaned out the window of a Kingscreek Fire Department truck during the 2011 Mountain Heritage Festival Parade on Sept. 24.

CLOWNING AROUND — Letcher County 4-H members Levi Caudill, left, and Logan Dollarhide were picking and grinning while promoting their club.

CLOWNING AROUND — Letcher County 4-H members Levi Caudill, left, and Logan Dollarhide were picking and grinning while promoting their club.

PRETTY AS A PRINCESS — Kennedy Sexton is the pageant winner in the 7 to 12 months category.

PRETTY AS A PRINCESS — Kennedy Sexton is the pageant winner in the 7 to 12 months category.

WEARING THE CROWN — Cullen Sexton won in his category in the Mountain Heritage pageants.

WEARING THE CROWN — Cullen Sexton won in his category in the Mountain Heritage pageants.

ALL DOLLED UP — Madison Duty was comforted by her pacifier as she strolled down Main Street.

ALL DOLLED UP — Madison Duty was comforted by her pacifier as she strolled down Main Street.

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