Horses, floats, decorated cars and more were featured in the parade on Saturday afternoon held in conjunction with the 53rd Annual Harper Frontier Days. Along with the parade, other activities included team roping on Friday and a rodeo and dance, fun run, washer pitching, dominoes and more. Proceeds from the event benefit the Harper Community Park Association. Photos from the 5K run can be found elsewhere in this issue. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
Harper High School principal Bonnie Stewart rode on horseback and carried the Texas flag in the parade on Saturday as part of the Harper Frontier Days celebration.
Winning first place in the antique classic car division of the Harper Frontier Days parade were John and Pat Lee of Harper.
Keeping the beat, Angelina Del Toro (photo below) and the Harper High School band marched in the Frontier Days parade.
Joining the Harper PTO float in throwing candy and other treats to parade watchers on Saturday afternoon was Harper second grader Landon Denton, 7.
Julian and Amy Bray of Harper were among the entries making their way along the streets of Harper on Saturday afternoon as part of the 53rd Annual Frontier Days celebration. The Brays, who work with rescue horses, decorated themselves and their mounts in red, white and blue. More photos from the celebration are on D1. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
Harper celebrates Frontier Days
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Parade, rodeo, tournaments and more highlight 53rd annual event
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