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Look back at the 2014 May Days Parade

There were old vintage cars and tractors.

Marching bands, musical performers and dancers young and old.

Local school, sports and service groups were all represented.

The community spirit was alive and well last Saturday as a large crowed gathered along both sides of Rutland  Road, from Hartman to the Centennial Park exhibition grounds, to watch the annual May Days Parade.

 

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