East Greenwich Parade A Hit

BEAUTIFUL weather encouraged everyone to come out on Sept. 20 to watch the East Greenwich Parade . The parade was followed by a Vendor Fair where there were a variety of businesses, crafters, and games for children. The parade began at Shady Lane and ended here at the Samuel Mickle School. -- Photo by Karen E. Viereck Editor/Publisher
BEAUTIFUL weather encouraged everyone to come out on Sept. 20 to watch the East Greenwich Parade . The parade was followed by a Vendor Fair where there were a variety of businesses, crafters, and games for children. The parade began at Shady Lane and ended here at the Samuel Mickle School.
— Photo by Karen E. Viereck
Editor/Publisher
CECIL CREEK FARMS took part in the East Greenwich Parade events to show off some of their products for sale at their Democrat Road farm. Alisha Adams (left) and Annamarie Bowers (right) help out one of their many customers that day. --Photo by Karen E. Viereck Editor/Publisher
CECIL CREEK FARMS took part in the East Greenwich Parade events to show off some of their products for sale at their Democrat Road farm. Alisha Adams (left) and Annamarie Bowers (right) help out one of their many customers that day.
–Photo by Karen E. Viereck
Editor/Publisher

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