Celebrating Community Day


A Dunn clown greets a small parade-goer during Community Day in Garland on Saturday. The parade kicked off a day of festivities in the southern Sampson town.


The Sudan Roadsters brought their signature yellow caravan to Garland’s Community Day parade.


The Brooks Brothers float makes its way down Ingold Avenue (U.S. 701) as part of Community Day in Garland.


The town’s newly-formed softball league was one of the many representatives of Garland and the surrounding area that participated in Saturday’s parade, with others including local dignitaries, queens, businesses and churches.


A Dunn clown greets a small parade-goer during Community Day in Garland on Saturday. The parade kicked off a day of festivities in the southern Sampson town.

The Sudan Roadsters brought their signature yellow caravan to Garland’s Community Day parade.

The Brooks Brothers float makes its way down Ingold Avenue (U.S. 701) as part of Community Day in Garland.

The town’s newly-formed softball league was one of the many representatives of Garland and the surrounding area that participated in Saturday’s parade, with others including local dignitaries, queens, businesses and churches.

A Dunn clown greets a small parade-goer during Community Day in Garland on Saturday. The parade kicked off a day of festivities in the southern Sampson town.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_parade-1.jpgA Dunn clown greets a small parade-goer during Community Day in Garland on Saturday. The parade kicked off a day of festivities in the southern Sampson town.

The Sudan Roadsters brought their signature yellow caravan to Garland’s Community Day parade.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_parade-2.jpgThe Sudan Roadsters brought their signature yellow caravan to Garland’s Community Day parade.

The Brooks Brothers float makes its way down Ingold Avenue (U.S. 701) as part of Community Day in Garland.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_parade-3.jpgThe Brooks Brothers float makes its way down Ingold Avenue (U.S. 701) as part of Community Day in Garland.

The town’s newly-formed softball league was one of the many representatives of Garland and the surrounding area that participated in Saturday’s parade, with others including local dignitaries, queens, businesses and churches.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_parade-4.jpgThe town’s newly-formed softball league was one of the many representatives of Garland and the surrounding area that participated in Saturday’s parade, with others including local dignitaries, queens, businesses and churches.
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