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Virginia State University Homecoming Parade
Date: 10/29/2011 Album ID: 1351677
Photos by Ashley Apodaca
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The VSU Homecoming Parade began at 9 a.m. on Saturday morning. The parade route began on Washington Street and wound through Old Towne Petersburg before ending at the VSU campus. The parade was followed by the homecoming football game between VSU and VUU.
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VSU's Trojan Explosion Marching Band was the first of several marching bands in the Homecoming Parade.
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The Virginia State University Marching Band warmed up for the Homecoming Parade beneath cover at the BB&T on Washington Street.
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The Virginia State University Trojan Warrior Battalion Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) led the Homecoming Parade. The VSU Homecoming Parade route began on Washington Street and wound through Old Towne Petersburg before ending at the VSU campus Saturday morning.
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A convoy of parade participants including VSU President Keith Miller, Petersburg Sheriff Vanessa Crawford and Petersburg Mayor Brian Moore preceded the VSU Student Government Association and Trojan Explosion Marching Band. The VSU Homecoming Parade route began on Washington Street and wound through Old Towne Petersburg before ending at the VSU campus Saturday morning.
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Members of the VSU Student Government Association tried to stay dry beneath VSU-colored umbrellas on their float in the Homecoming Parade.
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VSU's Trojan Explosion Marching Band was the first of several marching bands in the Homecoming Parade.
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The VSU Homecoming Parade began at 9 a.m. on Saturday morning. The parade route began on Washington Street and wound through Old Towne Petersburg before ending at the VSU campus. The parade was followed by the homecoming football game between VSU and VUU.
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Excited onlookers tried to stay dry beneath the overhangs of local businesses along the parade route.
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Celia Pinkston, Nathan Hill and new friend Rashed Brown happily sported VSU colors.
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The Richmond Ruff Ryders were among parade participants.
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The Greensville County High School Marcing Eagles from Emporia, Va were among parade participants at the VSU Homecoming Parade.
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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. was represented at the VSU Homecoming Parade.
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Excited onlookers sporting VSU colors waved to parade participants as they passed by.
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The Dr. Susan S. McKinney Secondary School of the Arts' Marching Alliance were among parade participants at the VSU Homecoming Parade. Their spirited performance brought several cheers.
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The Dr. Susan S. McKinney Secondary School of the Arts' Marching Alliance were among parade participants at the VSU Homecoming Parade. Their spirited performance brought several cheers.
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One-year-old Ayden Wyatt of Petersburg didn't seem to pay any attention to the weather as he enjoyed the passing parade.
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The Surrattsville High School Marcing Hornets from Clinton, Md were among parade participants at the VSU Homecoming Parade.
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The Surrattsville High School Marcing Hornets from Clinton, Md were among parade participants at the VSU Homecoming Parade.
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