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Staff photos by Neil Abeles
Having fun posing around one of the artistic buildings in Avinger, Texas, during the Wildflower Trails Festival are several members of the Chamber of Commerce. From left, they are Elizabeth Patterson, Elaine Moulton, Mike Gilmore, Roni and Joe Politi and Shelby and Jim Trimble. Gilmore, the pr...
The Baptist boys are raising money to go to summer church camp and were hard to turn down with their offer of food on the Linden, Texas, square. That’s Ivan Gomez, center, and Konner Lafayette working for a good cause during the Wildflower Trails Festival.
Who can wear the craziest hat during the Linden Wildflower Trails celebration is the question Victoria Price, 11, and her brother Evan, 14, seem to be asking.
Anthony Holden of Longview, Texas, draws portraits of Parker Bailey, 14, and his brother Cole, 6, from Hallsville, Texas, at the Avinger Wildflower Festival.
This booth in the Avinger Wildflower festival is for real. It gives free ice-cold water. “We just wanted to do something to serve,” said Pruitt Lake Baptist Church members, from left, Denise Loyd, Janet and Jeff Butler. They are shown serving Betty Wasson with a refreshing drink.
The Larry Terrell Photographic Art Show is in progress at The Legacy, the newly opened community center in Hughes Spring, Texas, during the Hughes Springs Wildflower celebration.
Jonathan Garcia, U.S. Winter Olympic 1000-meter speed-skating competitor in Sochi, Russia, was the surprise parade marshal for the Hughes Spring Wildflower Trails festival Saturday. Garcia is from Houston, but his mother, Marianne Welch Garcia, is a Hughes Spring High School graduate. Garcia spent s...
Little towns may struggle to exist but they are still the best, and maybe the only, place to watch a hometown parade. This is the Hughes Springs 2014 edition coming into town in Saturday’s Wildflower Trails celebration.
Nancy Durham won best of show in the Linden Wildflower Art Show with her portrait of Lindenite Oval Cope, who himself is a frequent winner in art competitions.
Emma Williams, 5, joins in and helps pull her father, Aaron Williams, across the finish line of every race he runs in, Williams said. Williams, a 1997 graduate of Linden High School, returned home from Tyler, Texas, to participate in the Wilflowers Trails race in Linden, Texas.
Festivals often have queens and princesses. Summer Swedoski, left, and her sister Autumn were chosen for the 2014 Miss Wildflower Trails winners in their categories Saturday in Hughes Spring, Texas.
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