Lead had its annual Labor Day parade

Published: Sep. 7, 2020 at 3:08 PM MDT
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LEAD, S.D. (KEVN) - Lead is hosting its annual Gold Camp Jubilee in celebration of its mining heritage, and today the city had a Labor Day parade.

Many floats and branded trucks came down Lead’s main street to celebrate the importance of labor.

As the entries came by, floats threw out candy for the kids, but for eight-year-old Kenna Pitlick, the candy was only part of the fun.

“My favorite part was seeing that the firefighters were throwing out Frisbees, that was fun,” says Pitlick.

She was happy the parade still got to go on, despite some cancelations at the weekend celebration.

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