The Autumn Glory Festival, a five-day event held in Oakland, celebrates the beauty of the local fall foliage. The festival’s Grand Feature Parade on Saturday hosted clowns, floats, bands and sidewalk vendors. Above: Landon Biser, 18 months, of Cumberland meets a clown from the Ali Ghan Shrine Club. Top right: The Fort Hill High School Color Guard marches in the parade. Middle right: Christina Denny, Miss Cumberland, waves to the crowd. Bottom right: The Preston (W.Va.) High School Marching Band walks in the parade. The Autumn Glory Festival continues today.
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