Families and Fireworks in Hillsville


“Lady Liberty” had a smile for parade goers Monday during The Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Celebration. The float was sponsored by Pet Partners. Shelby Inscore-Puckett served as grand marshal for the event. The VFW Post 1115 Young Guns served a free hotdog meal afterwards. Fireworks were scheduled to begin at 9:30, weather permitting.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

This superhero themed float by The Hillsville First Baptist Church won “Best Overall” honors in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade. First place winners in the Most patriotic and Best Overall categories won $150 this year. Free watermelon and free kids games were slated at 7 p.m. following a free hotdog meal served by the VFW Young Guns with Larry Davis and Friends and Confuzion entertaining participants.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett waves to the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade goers who lined Main Street Monday. Inscore-Puckett is a veteran local educator and remains active in local historic dramatic productions of the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

This float by the Buchanan Family earned “Most Patriotic” honors for the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Monday. The theme of the celebration this year was “Stars Forever.” First place winners in the Most Patriotic and Best Overall categories received $150 each this year.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

This group of fans appeared to be suggesting a third-party election bid by Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett. Rain earlier gave way to sunny skies in time for the annual parade and celebration which included bands, a hotdog meal and free kids games.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

These two riders were part of a Camo Church Bible Boot Camp group in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade on Monday. Fire and rescue vehicles from groups including the Hillsville Volunteer Fire Department, Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department, Piper’s Gap Rescue Squad, Galax Fire Department, Carroll County Fire and Rescue, Carroll County Sheriff’s Department and the Hillsville Police Department also participated. In addition to local churches, groups including VFW Post 5000, the Kazim Hillbillies, Skyland Lakes Golf Club and the Shrine Mini-Trucks paraded down Main Street.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

“Lady Liberty” had a smile for parade goers Monday during The Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Celebration. The float was sponsored by Pet Partners. Shelby Inscore-Puckett served as grand marshal for the event. The VFW Post 1115 Young Guns served a free hotdog meal afterwards. Fireworks were scheduled to begin at 9:30, weather permitting.

This superhero themed float by The Hillsville First Baptist Church won “Best Overall” honors in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade. First place winners in the Most patriotic and Best Overall categories won $150 this year. Free watermelon and free kids games were slated at 7 p.m. following a free hotdog meal served by the VFW Young Guns with Larry Davis and Friends and Confuzion entertaining participants.

Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett waves to the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade goers who lined Main Street Monday. Inscore-Puckett is a veteran local educator and remains active in local historic dramatic productions of the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy.

This float by the Buchanan Family earned “Most Patriotic” honors for the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Monday. The theme of the celebration this year was “Stars Forever.” First place winners in the Most Patriotic and Best Overall categories received $150 each this year.

This group of fans appeared to be suggesting a third-party election bid by Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett. Rain earlier gave way to sunny skies in time for the annual parade and celebration which included bands, a hotdog meal and free kids games.

These two riders were part of a Camo Church Bible Boot Camp group in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade on Monday. Fire and rescue vehicles from groups including the Hillsville Volunteer Fire Department, Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department, Piper’s Gap Rescue Squad, Galax Fire Department, Carroll County Fire and Rescue, Carroll County Sheriff’s Department and the Hillsville Police Department also participated. In addition to local churches, groups including VFW Post 5000, the Kazim Hillbillies, Skyland Lakes Golf Club and the Shrine Mini-Trucks paraded down Main Street.

“Lady Liberty” had a smile for parade goers Monday during The Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Celebration. The float was sponsored by Pet Partners. Shelby Inscore-Puckett served as grand marshal for the event. The VFW Post 1115 Young Guns served a free hotdog meal afterwards. Fireworks were scheduled to begin at 9:30, weather permitting.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TCN070616July4Inside1.jpg“Lady Liberty” had a smile for parade goers Monday during The Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Celebration. The float was sponsored by Pet Partners. Shelby Inscore-Puckett served as grand marshal for the event. The VFW Post 1115 Young Guns served a free hotdog meal afterwards. Fireworks were scheduled to begin at 9:30, weather permitting. David Broyles | The Carroll News

This superhero themed float by The Hillsville First Baptist Church won “Best Overall” honors in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade. First place winners in the Most patriotic and Best Overall categories won $150 this year. Free watermelon and free kids games were slated at 7 p.m. following a free hotdog meal served by the VFW Young Guns with Larry Davis and Friends and Confuzion entertaining participants.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TCN070616July4Inside2.jpgThis superhero themed float by The Hillsville First Baptist Church won “Best Overall” honors in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade. First place winners in the Most patriotic and Best Overall categories won $150 this year. Free watermelon and free kids games were slated at 7 p.m. following a free hotdog meal served by the VFW Young Guns with Larry Davis and Friends and Confuzion entertaining participants. David Broyles | The Carroll News

Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett waves to the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade goers who lined Main Street Monday. Inscore-Puckett is a veteran local educator and remains active in local historic dramatic productions of the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TCN070616July4Inside3.jpgGrand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett waves to the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade goers who lined Main Street Monday. Inscore-Puckett is a veteran local educator and remains active in local historic dramatic productions of the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy. David Broyles | The Carroll News

This float by the Buchanan Family earned “Most Patriotic” honors for the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Monday. The theme of the celebration this year was “Stars Forever.” First place winners in the Most Patriotic and Best Overall categories received $150 each this year.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TCN070616July4Inside4c.jpgThis float by the Buchanan Family earned “Most Patriotic” honors for the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Monday. The theme of the celebration this year was “Stars Forever.” First place winners in the Most Patriotic and Best Overall categories received $150 each this year. David Broyles | The Carroll News

This group of fans appeared to be suggesting a third-party election bid by Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett. Rain earlier gave way to sunny skies in time for the annual parade and celebration which included bands, a hotdog meal and free kids games.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TCN070616July4Inside5.jpgThis group of fans appeared to be suggesting a third-party election bid by Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade Grand Marshal Shelby Inscore-Puckett. Rain earlier gave way to sunny skies in time for the annual parade and celebration which included bands, a hotdog meal and free kids games. David Broyles | The Carroll News

These two riders were part of a Camo Church Bible Boot Camp group in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade on Monday. Fire and rescue vehicles from groups including the Hillsville Volunteer Fire Department, Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department, Piper’s Gap Rescue Squad, Galax Fire Department, Carroll County Fire and Rescue, Carroll County Sheriff’s Department and the Hillsville Police Department also participated. In addition to local churches, groups including VFW Post 5000, the Kazim Hillbillies, Skyland Lakes Golf Club and the Shrine Mini-Trucks paraded down Main Street.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TCN070616July4Inside6.jpgThese two riders were part of a Camo Church Bible Boot Camp group in the Friends of Hillsville and the Town of Hillsville Fourth of July Parade on Monday. Fire and rescue vehicles from groups including the Hillsville Volunteer Fire Department, Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department, Piper’s Gap Rescue Squad, Galax Fire Department, Carroll County Fire and Rescue, Carroll County Sheriff’s Department and the Hillsville Police Department also participated. In addition to local churches, groups including VFW Post 5000, the Kazim Hillbillies, Skyland Lakes Golf Club and the Shrine Mini-Trucks paraded down Main Street. David Broyles | The Carroll News
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