Below, Steve McGill, president of State Bank, dons a cowboy hat and carries a bag of candy for this year’s Lincoln Highway Days parade.
Showing the amazing turnout of young families in Nevada, 220 kids participate in the revived Lincoln Highway Days Nevada Community Rodeo boot scramble Saturday night.
Chris Clark, standing underneath a thin line of shade across from The Talent Factory takes a video of the performance of Johnathan Stone on the theater’s marquee.
Members of the Girl Scouts set up for their fundraiser.
At left, the Oxley Family, of Nevada, and their “Halloween Haunted Garage,” a tradition that will continue this coming fall.
Heather Pedersen gives a smile as she drives a vehicle for Rolling Green, where she is employed, through the parade.
Skylar Welch, 4, daughter of Steven and Marissa Welch, rides with the Iowa Jeep Club in the Lincoln Highway Days parade.
As performers come out on the marquee of the theater, kids on the street cheer with excitement.
Rod Biensen, tuba player, introduces fellow members of the Skunk River Jazz Band that performed at Lincoln Highway Days. They are, from left, Bud Sternquist, banjo; John Benoit, trombone; Andy Classen, trumpet; and Scott Davis, cornet.
Crowds lined the fences all the way around the arena at the Nevada Fairgrounds Saturday night.
The Heintz kids, Mark, 6, and Rae, 4, ride in the back of the Squeaky Clean vehicle during the parade.
Johnathan Stone performs Saturday afternoon atop The Talent Factory marquee. Stone and two other Christian music artists, who are part of the Transparent Art Group, sang songs and did some Christian rap to get the attention of spectators on the street.
These three 8-year-olds, Quince Clatt, Tiegen Gillis and Elle Hadaway, find a place to sit and get some hydration during a very sunny and warm Lincoln Highway Days celebration.
Photos by Marlys Barker, Rodeo Photos by Bristal Waldera