Anson High School's marching band performed as part of Friday afternoon's Homecoming parade.
The State Employees Credit Union "Fat Cat" was one of many colorful characters in the Anson High School Homecoming parade.
A variety of homemade floats participated in the Homecoming parade in uptown Wadesboro Friday.
Sparky the Fire Dog made an appearance in Friday night's Homecoming parade.
The Anson Middle School Volleyball Team waves to some fans during the Homecoming parade Friday night in Wadesboro.
Members of Gum Springs Baptist Church decorated a flatbed truck as part of the AHS Homecoming parade Friday.
Anson New Tech High School's float in the Homecoming Parade aimed for "corralling" the Marvin Ridge Mavericks.
More than 60 floats, bands, cars, motorcycles and cuddly mascots paraded through uptown Wadesboro’s streets late Friday afternoon as part of the annual Anson High School Homecoming Parade.
Grand Marshal John Jennings Dunlap III, president of the Anson County Historical Society, led the entries, which included Sparky the Fire Dog, the Anson High School Marching Band, Smokey the Bear and many others all decked out in Bearcat spirit.
The parade preceded the Homecoming game, which was scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. Friday night at AHS Stadium.
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