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Mt. Olive Baptist Church - 2nd Place, Out of County Float

2012-12-02 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Russell Springs, KY. Second Place Out of County Float: Manger Scene: Bro. Delton Haydon, Kim Haydon, Dawson Haydon, Perry Dockery, Whitney Wade. Crucifixion Scene: Barry Shell, Sam Baker, Michelle Dockery, Alisha Dockery, Jennifer Wade, and Logan Coomer. Tomb Scene: Hannah Dockery, Thomas Wade, Kelsey Haydon, and Carolyn Wade. Float driven by: Tim Baker, Dawn Baker, Addie Baker, and Jazzlyn Mann. To the public - we appreciate the support and enthusiasm shown by the crowd along the parade route for the theme of our float. To everyone who worked on it _ Thanks for putting so much hard work into it - Dawn Baker (CM Note: This wonderful entry was longer than we were able to get in one frame.)
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