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Radcliff’s fall festival and parade will embrace the changing weather and leaves with a caravan of parade entries not seen since the days of the Golden Armor Festival.
Mayor J.J. Duvall said the city has attracted roughly 120 entries to its Saturday morning parade, about 99 of which are floats. The remaining lineup will be rounded out by local dignitaries, he said.
“(This) is the biggest we’ve ever been since the Golden Armor Festival,” he said.
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