97th Enfield Mule Days

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The 97th Enfiled Mule Days Celebration was held October 4th through October 6th. Theme for this year was “Trojan Proud – Remembering Enfield High School.” NCOE cheerleaders, pep squad, and mascot served as Grand Marshals for the Mule Day Parade.
Photos by Ken Jones

NCOE cheerleaders, pep squad, and mascot served as Grand Marshals for the Mule Day Parade. The theme of the parade this year was “Trojan Proud – Remembering Enfield High School.”
2018 Mule Day Queen is Libby Thomas of Enfield. Libby is a student at NCOE High School
Members of the Enfield Blue Ribbon 4-H Club marched in the parade
Enfield High School Class of 1968 was well represented by this float
Evie the mule was a part of the Mule Days Parade. Evie is owned by Anthony McAllister
Brothers Ryder and Rhett Sexton enjoyed the day on their cart pulled by their miniature pony “Ranger”
Enfield Rehab and Health Care float
NCOE FFA helped remember Enfield H.S. with their parade entry. Kory Sutton is advisor for the NCOE chapter.
This old Nash car is a regular in the Mule Days Parade
Veterans float
2018 Mule Days Prince is Zier Smith
2018 Mule Days Tot is Brynlee Sauls
Carmi Kiwanis had this entry promoting Carmi Corn Days
Carmi Lions Club
Little Tractor of Harrisburg and Metropolis was represented by this utility vehicle
Mule Days Baby Boy Holden Ray Tate rode in this vehicle built by his Grandfather Dennis Woodrow
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