Last Saturday's Hoo-Rah Festival saw hundreds of locals and visitors to the area, converge on the short block that hosts the Sevier County Museum. The day began with a veteran's parade that ended at the museum's flagpole, where a flag-raising ceremony was held. 

There were more than a dozen vendors selling food, drinks, clothes and knick-knacks, while others handed out information to the passing public. A mock USO show was held, providing entertainment to an audience on the lawn of the museum. On the other side of building, a car and truck show was held, where trophies were given out to participants. A talent show closed the event, which ran until 5 p.m.

For more photos of the Hoo-Rah Festival veteran's parade, click here.

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