Spring festivities bloom during festival

Despite chilly weather, hundreds turn out for Dogwood Festival Parade

A member from Children’s Learning Center hands out fliers and candy to parade-watchers Saturday at the Dogwood Festival Parade in Camdenton.

A member from Children’s Learning Center hands out fliers and candy to parade-watchers Saturday at the Dogwood Festival Parade in Camdenton. Photo by Samantha Edmondson.

Several hundred brave souls lined the streets of downtown Camdenton on a chilly and windy morning Saturday in continuing a 60-plus year tradition — the annual Dogwood Festival Parade.

With more than 100 entrants and prizes given in several categories, the parade is a must-see with a variety of civic, municipal, school, business and individual groups walking, marching, riding and “floating” down parts of U.S. 54 and Missouri 5.

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