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Photos: Scenes from a sunny Saturday

 

Erianna Tate, 7, left, and her friend, Lenora Shackleford, 7, fan themselves on the sunny Saturday during Market Street Festival in Columbus. Erianna is the daughter of Celletta Tate, from Starkville, and Lenora is the daughter of Stephanie and Craig Shackleford, also from Starkville.

Erianna Tate, 7, left, and her friend, Lenora Shackleford, 7, fan themselves on the sunny Saturday during Market Street Festival in Columbus. Erianna is the daughter of Celletta Tate, from Starkville, and Lenora is the daughter of Stephanie and Craig Shackleford, also from Starkville. Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Kinley Curtis, 3, walks in front of her twin sister, Laney, on Saturday during Market Street Festival. Kinley and Laney are the daughters of Brad and Patrice Curtis of Ackerman.

Kinley Curtis, 3, walks in front of her twin sister, Laney, on Saturday during Market Street Festival. Kinley and Laney are the daughters of Brad and Patrice Curtis of Ackerman.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Earnestine Trimuel, of Columbus, sings for a crowd with her band, The Real Brown Sugar, during Market Street Festival on Saturday.

Earnestine Trimuel, of Columbus, sings for a crowd with her band, The Real Brown Sugar, during Market Street Festival on Saturday.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Stevanie King of the Starkville Junior Auxiliary greets guests as they arrive at the Kentucky Derby Fundraiser held at Magnolia Manor in Starkville. Guests enjoyed live music, a live viewing of the race, and a silent auction.

Stevanie King of the Starkville Junior Auxiliary greets guests as they arrive at the Kentucky Derby Fundraiser held at Magnolia Manor in Starkville. Guests enjoyed live music, a live viewing of the race, and a silent auction.
Photo by: Mary Alice Weeks/Dispatch Staff

 

Belle Naugher, of Amory, displays some of her art work at Market Street Festival Saturday in Columbus.

Belle Naugher, of Amory, displays some of her art work at Market Street Festival Saturday in Columbus.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Deangelo Henley, Jessica Weaver, Shawn Henley, 6, and Makel Henley, 6, enjoy funnel cake during Market Street Festival Saturday in downtown Columbus.

Deangelo Henley, Jessica Weaver, Shawn Henley, 6, and Makel Henley, 6, enjoy funnel cake during Market Street Festival Saturday in downtown Columbus.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Carson Jones, 3, holds a blue dolphin he won Saturday at Market Street Festival Saturday in downtown Columbus. Carson is the son of Kelli and Jeffery Jones of Columbus.

Carson Jones, 3, holds a blue dolphin he won Saturday at Market Street Festival Saturday in downtown Columbus. Carson is the son of Kelli and Jeffery Jones of Columbus.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Britney Tranum of the Starkville Junior Auxiliary serves hor d’oevuers at the Kentucky Derby Fundraiser held at Magnolia Manor in Starkville. Guests enjoyed live music, a live viewing of the race, and a silent auction.

Britney Tranum of the Starkville Junior Auxiliary serves hor d’oevuers at the Kentucky Derby Fundraiser held at Magnolia Manor in Starkville. Guests enjoyed live music, a live viewing of the race, and a silent auction.
Photo by: Mary Alice Weeks/Dispatch Staff

 

A ceramic mug really captures the eye of Caroline Hintz, 9, of Columbus, during Market Street Festival in downtown Columbus on Saturday. The mug is by Chad Nelson, of Coleman, Alabama. Caroline is the daughter of Melanie Hintz of Columbus.

A ceramic mug really captures the eye of Caroline Hintz, 9, of Columbus, during Market Street Festival in downtown Columbus on Saturday. The mug is by Chad Nelson, of Coleman, Alabama. Caroline is the daughter of Melanie Hintz of Columbus.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Chip Knedlik, of West Point, strums on his banjo in downtown Columbus during Market Street Festival Saturday. Knedlik sells his handmade wooden spoons, bowls and pens in his booth “Woodchips” and says music always helps draw people into his booth.

Chip Knedlik, of West Point, strums on his banjo in downtown Columbus during Market Street Festival Saturday. Knedlik sells his handmade wooden spoons, bowls and pens in his booth “Woodchips” and says music always helps draw people into his booth.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

 

 

 

 

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