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PHOTOS: Allenstown and Pembroke Old Home Day parade

  • The Londonderry High School Lancer Marching Band and Colorguard marches through Allenstown during the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on August 23, 2014.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

    The Londonderry High School Lancer Marching Band and Colorguard marches through Allenstown during the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on August 23, 2014.

    (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

  • Classic cars roll up Main Street as the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade winds through Allenstown on August 23, 2014.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

    Classic cars roll up Main Street as the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade winds through Allenstown on August 23, 2014.

    (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

  • Matthew Caporale, 17, of Allenstown, throws an ear of corn from a LaValley Farms truck on Main Street in Allenstown during the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on August 23, 2014.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

    Matthew Caporale, 17, of Allenstown, throws an ear of corn from a LaValley Farms truck on Main Street in Allenstown during the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on August 23, 2014.

    (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

  • The Londonderry High School Lancer Marching Band and Colorguard marches through Allenstown during the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on August 23, 2014.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
  • Classic cars roll up Main Street as the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade winds through Allenstown on August 23, 2014.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
  • Matthew Caporale, 17, of Allenstown, throws an ear of corn from a LaValley Farms truck on Main Street in Allenstown during the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on August 23, 2014.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

Spectators at the Pembroke and Allenstown Old Home Day parade on Saturday morning could expect to get a lot of candy thrown their way. But the crowds were also on the receiving end of flying fresh produce, thanks to the float from LaValley Farms. The parade took an hour to pass by and was filled with all the traditional fare, from Souza to sirens to President Lincoln on stilts.

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