Calhoun's Red Devil Band comes down US 33-119

Pat Radabaugh Calhoun's Belle says hi to parade watchers

Youth Football teams attend parade

Assessor Jason Nettles' family throw candy treats

4-H Horse show group participates in parade

(Photos by Clyde Knotts)

The 41st West Virginia Molasses Festival completed another run this weekend, a Calhoun homecoming enjoyed with great fall weather.

Dozens and dozens of volunteers worked to bring the festival to the community one more time.

More on the Molasses Festival will follow.

Arnoldsburg resident Junior Morris enjoys his role as Parade Marshal

Save a little gas, drive a donkey

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