A joyful jubilee
Published 8:51 pm Thursday, July 22, 2021
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Ayliah Tucker used Saturday’s Jubilee as an opportunity to play on the town park’s jungle gym and merry-go-round.
Willie and Priscilla Pryor pose with their 1955 Chevrolet during Saturday’s car show.
Wilbur Ellis Jr. of Kenbridge shows off his 1972 Chrysler Newport.
Ed Marshall of Victoria poses with his 1964 Plymouth Fury.
Lunenburg resident Macklin Neal had his 1970 Chevelle SS on display Saturday afternoon.
Volunteer Lakeisha Keaton manned the jumbo bowling station at Saturday’s Jubilee.
Hamburgers, hotdogs, funnel cakes and more were all on sale Saturday to benefit Lunenburg Girls’ Softball. From left are Tim Fowler, Becky Fowler, Savanna Fowler, Kaitlyn Cooper and Town Manager Tony Matthews.
Southside Virginia Herb Society representatives Vyta Puleo, left, and Dawn Conrad had a variety of herbs on display Saturday.
The Dogged State Distilling Co. based out of Blackstone had a booth at Saturday’s event. From left are Trent Dorin and Lance Dorin.
Delegate Roslyn Tyler, representing the 75th District, was present at the July Jubilee in Kenbridge Saturday, July 20, to connect with citizens and enjoy the day. From left are Rufus Tyler, Susie Jones, Tyler and Mary Ingram.
From left, Kenbridge residents Maria Contreras and Hector Lopez man the Tacos el Milagro taco truck.
From left, David Fereday looks on as Kathryn Fereday and Stephanie Lopez-Montes enjoy a game of oversized Jenga.
Hundreds of Lunenburg residents came out Saturday, July 17, to celebrate the Town of Kenbridge’s July Jubilee.
Although canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jubilee, inspired by the Kenbridge Strawberry Festival once held in town, serves as an opportunity for residents to come together to have fun and celebrate the summer.
The event, founded in 2018 and held outdoors at the town park, offered delicious food, a variety of outdoor games for kids, booths for local clubs and businesses and even youth soccer tournaments.
Cars and trucks from every decade lined the park as part of a car show which also took place at the event.
From jumbo bowling and extra-large Jenga to bouncy houses and hotdogs, there was certainly something for everyone at this year’s Jubilee.