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Oxford Parade celebrates 150 years of agriculture

Taking a ride along the parade route are (from left) seven-year-old MacKenzie Canning, five-year-old Mirika Canning, and five-year-old Cal Wells.
Taking a ride along the parade route are (from left) seven-year-old MacKenzie Canning, five-year-old Mirika Canning, and five-year-old Cal Wells.

OXFORD, N.S. – The 99th annual Cumberland County Exhibition wrapped up Saturday night, and Saturday afternoon featured the annual parade down Main Street Oxford.

This year's theme was '150 Years of Agriculture."

Murray and Dawn Thompson enjoy walking the parade route while their granddaughter Echo takes a nap.
Brody Kouwenburg rode down Main Street in his bat mobile.
4-H Club members walk down Main Street.
20-month-old Chance Murray waves to the crowd with help from his dad Anthony Murray. Anthony is originally from Collingwood but now lives in Lloydminster, Sask.
Dick Rector is ready to go to work.
(from left) MacKenzie and Mirika Canning, Cal Wells, and two-year-old Avery Mills.

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