Moila Shriners had several entries in the Fairfax Fair Parade, including motorized buggies, horses, classic cars and trucks, and floats.
Gigi Vette, held by her babysitter, Shelby McCartney, yelled “YAY!” each time a piece of candy was thrown her way during the parade.
The Fairfax High School Marching Pride marched in the Fairfax Fair Parade August 11, 2018.
Local legionnaires led the Fairfax Fair Parade down Main Street Saturday, August 11, 2018.
The Fairfax Optimist Club serve ping pong balls from their float to the children lining Main Street during the Fairfax Fair Parade August 11, 2018. Those who caught the ping pong balls could turn them in to the booth at the Fair for a prize.
Eric Davis and his nephew, MJ May, drove a John Deere in the Fairfax Fair Parade August 11, 2018.
Lane Johnson gets ready to throw candy along the Fairfax Fair Parade route August 11, 2018.
Emmett, Abigail, and Treyvor Umbarger rode on the University of Missouri Extension float.
Lizzie Schlueter was one of many who walked with the Community Hospital-Fairfax group in the parade.
The Yard Goats whiffle ball team members had a good time at the Fairfax Fair Parade.
Community Hospital-Fairfax Auxilian of the Year Sue Carder waves to the paradegoers.
Citizens Bank & Trust employees and their families rode in the Fairfax Fair Parade August 11, 2018.
MDT Woodworks owner Dana Tracy was all smiles during the Fairfax Fair Parade. Also pictured are her sister, Kara Vette, and niece, Emmeline.
East Atchison Wolves mascot Timber handed out some high-fives.
Dreyton Parsons waves to his adoring fans during the Fairfax Fair Parade.
The Fairfax Volunteer Firemen, including Steve Stevens, above, drove their fleet in the Fairfax Fair Parade August 11, 2018.
2018 Miss Fairfax Runner Up Olivia Morris also rode in the Fairfax Fair Parade.
Right: 2018 Fairfax Fair Miss Congeniality Gena Mitchell rode in the parade.
Tyler Brown parades down Main Street playing the baritone for the Fairfax Marching Pride.
Lee Roy Sickman drove his restored Massey-Harris tractor in the Fairfax Fair Parade.
Local Moila Shriner Kent Ray rides his horse in the Fairfax Fair Parade.