Parade takes over hwy in Buffalo Co. during Gilmanton Free Fair

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Hundreds lined a Buffalo Co. Highway Sunday afternoon for the final day of the Gilmanton Free Fair.

The parade on Hwy 121 featured a color guard, floats from businesses, law enforcement and rescue crews and candidates for office.

It lasted for about an hour. There was even a cook-off and a bean bag tournament for the community to be a part of. There was music with a DJ later in the day.

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