Fun time at the Court Square Street Fair


Heather Faircloth, center, participates in the Fourth Annual Downtown Dash 5K,10K, and fun run. The breast cancer patient participated in the race with Kelly Goodrich, right, and many others.


During the Court Square Street Fair, blacksmith Carl Strickland makes a hook at the Sampson County History Museum.


Eli Flores, 6, enjoys receiving a hug in downtown Clinton during the annual Court Square Street Fair.


Mike Krimin cleans his 1988 Chevrolet Camaro while participating in a car show hosted by the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.


After completing a 5K race during the fair, Andres Fleury receives a medal from his son Diego and wife, Mariana.


During the annual Court Square Street Fair, children and adults enjoyed horse carriage rides.


Rhett Naylor makes pine needle baskets at the Sampson County History Museum for people attending the Court Square Street Fair.


Community members participate in in the Breast Cancer Awareness Rally. The event began at the county courthouse with a walk and ended at the Sampson Center.


Michael ‘Big Hub’ Hubbard cooks barbecue. Hubb’s Hubbalicious BBQ received third place at the 22nd annual Barbecue Cook-Off. Hog Slat (Circle Smoke BBQ) of Newton Grove was first; Cecil Bryant (Hogs Under the Hood) of Turkey came in second; and James Wilder of Dudley was fourth.


Carol Brewington of the Coharie Tribe makes crafts during the annual street fair in downtown Clinton.


Randy Sessoms, left, and Rick Rockhill, right, of Mill Creek Baptist Church, make funnel cakes.


Clinton High School art teacher Michael Ray paints a Spider-Man mask on Jabari Daughtry, 7.


Students from The Performing School put on a show during the annual Court Square Street Fair.


Heather Faircloth, center, participates in the Fourth Annual Downtown Dash 5K,10K, and fun run. The breast cancer patient participated in the race with Kelly Goodrich, right, and many others.

During the Court Square Street Fair, blacksmith Carl Strickland makes a hook at the Sampson County History Museum.

Eli Flores, 6, enjoys receiving a hug in downtown Clinton during the annual Court Square Street Fair.

Mike Krimin cleans his 1988 Chevrolet Camaro while participating in a car show hosted by the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.

After completing a 5K race during the fair, Andres Fleury receives a medal from his son Diego and wife, Mariana.

During the annual Court Square Street Fair, children and adults enjoyed horse carriage rides.

Rhett Naylor makes pine needle baskets at the Sampson County History Museum for people attending the Court Square Street Fair.

Community members participate in in the Breast Cancer Awareness Rally. The event began at the county courthouse with a walk and ended at the Sampson Center.

Michael ‘Big Hub’ Hubbard cooks barbecue. Hubb’s Hubbalicious BBQ received third place at the 22nd annual Barbecue Cook-Off. Hog Slat (Circle Smoke BBQ) of Newton Grove was first; Cecil Bryant (Hogs Under the Hood) of Turkey came in second; and James Wilder of Dudley was fourth.

Carol Brewington of the Coharie Tribe makes crafts during the annual street fair in downtown Clinton.

Randy Sessoms, left, and Rick Rockhill, right, of Mill Creek Baptist Church, make funnel cakes.

Clinton High School art teacher Michael Ray paints a Spider-Man mask on Jabari Daughtry, 7.

Students from The Performing School put on a show during the annual Court Square Street Fair.

Heather Faircloth, center, participates in the Fourth Annual Downtown Dash 5K,10K, and fun run. The breast cancer patient participated in the race with Kelly Goodrich, right, and many others.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_1.jpgHeather Faircloth, center, participates in the Fourth Annual Downtown Dash 5K,10K, and fun run. The breast cancer patient participated in the race with Kelly Goodrich, right, and many others.

During the Court Square Street Fair, blacksmith Carl Strickland makes a hook at the Sampson County History Museum.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fait_2.jpgDuring the Court Square Street Fair, blacksmith Carl Strickland makes a hook at the Sampson County History Museum.

Eli Flores, 6, enjoys receiving a hug in downtown Clinton during the annual Court Square Street Fair.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_3.jpgEli Flores, 6, enjoys receiving a hug in downtown Clinton during the annual Court Square Street Fair.

Mike Krimin cleans his 1988 Chevrolet Camaro while participating in a car show hosted by the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_4.jpgMike Krimin cleans his 1988 Chevrolet Camaro while participating in a car show hosted by the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.

After completing a 5K race during the fair, Andres Fleury receives a medal from his son Diego and wife, Mariana.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_5.jpgAfter completing a 5K race during the fair, Andres Fleury receives a medal from his son Diego and wife, Mariana.

During the annual Court Square Street Fair, children and adults enjoyed horse carriage rides.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_6.jpgDuring the annual Court Square Street Fair, children and adults enjoyed horse carriage rides.

Rhett Naylor makes pine needle baskets at the Sampson County History Museum for people attending the Court Square Street Fair.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_8.jpgRhett Naylor makes pine needle baskets at the Sampson County History Museum for people attending the Court Square Street Fair.

Community members participate in in the Breast Cancer Awareness Rally. The event began at the county courthouse with a walk and ended at the Sampson Center.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_9.jpgCommunity members participate in in the Breast Cancer Awareness Rally. The event began at the county courthouse with a walk and ended at the Sampson Center.

Michael ‘Big Hub’ Hubbard cooks barbecue. Hubb’s Hubbalicious BBQ received third place at the 22nd annual Barbecue Cook-Off. Hog Slat (Circle Smoke BBQ) of Newton Grove was first; Cecil Bryant (Hogs Under the Hood) of Turkey came in second; and James Wilder of Dudley was fourth.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_10.jpgMichael ‘Big Hub’ Hubbard cooks barbecue. Hubb’s Hubbalicious BBQ received third place at the 22nd annual Barbecue Cook-Off. Hog Slat (Circle Smoke BBQ) of Newton Grove was first; Cecil Bryant (Hogs Under the Hood) of Turkey came in second; and James Wilder of Dudley was fourth.

Carol Brewington of the Coharie Tribe makes crafts during the annual street fair in downtown Clinton.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_11.jpgCarol Brewington of the Coharie Tribe makes crafts during the annual street fair in downtown Clinton.

Randy Sessoms, left, and Rick Rockhill, right, of Mill Creek Baptist Church, make funnel cakes.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_12.jpgRandy Sessoms, left, and Rick Rockhill, right, of Mill Creek Baptist Church, make funnel cakes.

Clinton High School art teacher Michael Ray paints a Spider-Man mask on Jabari Daughtry, 7.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_7.jpgClinton High School art teacher Michael Ray paints a Spider-Man mask on Jabari Daughtry, 7.

Students from The Performing School put on a show during the annual Court Square Street Fair.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Street-Fair_-13-.jpgStudents from The Performing School put on a show during the annual Court Square Street Fair.
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