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Liberators big and small turned showed out in and around downtown Bolivar for the homecoming parade Friday, Oct. 4.
Amy Wollard McHolland is all smiles as she throws candy to the crowd during the 2019 Bolivar homecoming parade on Friday, Oct. 4. Liberators of all ages and decades turned out to celebrate.
One parade viewer had the highest seat in the house Friday, Oct. 4.
Dani Davis, Bolivar Black Walnut Festival Queen, waves during the parade.
A Bolivar cheerleader performs a flip during the parade.
Bolivar FFA shows off its hay bale tractor float.
Members of the Bolivar High School class of 1969 show up big after 50 years.
Bolivar’s Pat Douglas, a Hall of Fame inductee, throws candy during the parade.
Thomas Neil, who was recently inducted into the Bolivar High School Hall of Fame, throws candy from the back of a Ford Mustang during the 2019 homecoming parade Friday, Oct. 4.
Pup and human stay close together amid the business of the parade.
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