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2011-05-05 / Community News

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Once again, the streets of downtown Lexington were crowded with shoppers and vendors during Homecoming. Norma Thomas checks out some jewelry with her grandson, Jaydon, and son, Jimmy, looking on. 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Once again, the streets of downtown Lexington were crowded with shoppers and vendors during Homecoming. Norma Thomas checks out some jewelry with her grandson, Jaydon, and son, Jimmy, looking on. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

Pat (left) and Patti Lerche check out the wind chimes and crosses at one booth. 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Pat (left) and Patti Lerche check out the wind chimes and crosses at one booth. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

These ladies are pretty in pink, while being fans of the Orange and the Maroon! 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. These ladies are pretty in pink, while being fans of the Orange and the Maroon! PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

Rhonda Janda waves to the cameraman, while her father, Bob Tillery, considers the items she is selling in her booth, and friend, Tammy Markert, smiles back. 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Rhonda Janda waves to the cameraman, while her father, Bob Tillery, considers the items she is selling in her booth, and friend, Tammy Markert, smiles back. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

Lexington’s Garden Club sponsored their booth again this year. Customers enjoying the variety of plant species for purchase are seen around their tables. 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Lexington’s Garden Club sponsored their booth again this year. Customers enjoying the variety of plant species for purchase are seen around their tables. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

The Lexington Volunteer Fire Department sold delicious food on the Square during homecoming. 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. The Lexington Volunteer Fire Department sold delicious food on the Square during homecoming. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

Several organizations sponsored game booths for the children during Homecoming. Pictured above is the Balloon Booth, supported by obvious Eagle Fans!! 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Several organizations sponsored game booths for the children during Homecoming. Pictured above is the Balloon Booth, supported by obvious Eagle Fans!! PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

This young cowboy sported a nice straw hat and a fish, courtesy of the Face Painting Booth. 
PHOTO BYMIKE ORGAN. This young cowboy sported a nice straw hat and a fish, courtesy of the Face Painting Booth. PHOTO BYMIKE ORGAN.

Members of the New Corinth Baptist Church are fans of Jesus, the Aggies and the Longhorns! 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Members of the New Corinth Baptist Church are fans of Jesus, the Aggies and the Longhorns! PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

Members of the Boettcher Clan are seen above in their BBQ Cookoff booth. 
PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN. Members of the Boettcher Clan are seen above in their BBQ Cookoff booth. PHOTO BY MIKE ORGAN.

In the picture above, Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer is seen leading the Homecoming Parade down Main Street. At the right, Round Top State Bank’s entry is very colorful and includes a banner denoting them as this year’s winner of the Lexington Leader’s Readers Choice Award! In the picture above, Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer is seen leading the Homecoming Parade down Main Street. At the right, Round Top State Bank’s entry is very colorful and includes a banner denoting them as this year’s winner of the Lexington Leader’s Readers Choice Award!


Cindy Smith Dismukes and her clan were among the hundreds who lined the street to enjoy the parade last Saturday morning. Cindy Smith Dismukes and her clan were among the hundreds who lined the street to enjoy the parade last Saturday morning.

Dr. Frances McArthur was this year’s Parade Marshall. Dr. Frances McArthur was this year’s Parade Marshall.

There were several classic cars in this year’s parade, including this one driven by one of the younger drivers! There were several classic cars in this year’s parade, including this one driven by one of the younger drivers!

This year’s State contenders in football rode on the Lexington Chamber float and were surrounded by the Lexington High School cheerleaders. This year’s State contenders in football rode on the Lexington Chamber float and were surrounded by the Lexington High School cheerleaders.

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