Thursday 18 Jul 2019

Ole Time Day In Seven Springs (PHOTO GALLERY)

The weather was absolutely perfect Saturday as people gathered in the small town of Seven Springs to enjoy the activities during Ole Timey Day. The event got under way around 10 A.M. Saturday morning with the opening ceremony and lots of lots fun activities for the children, such as pony and horse rides. The public got a chance to step back in time as they rode horse-drawn wagons and covered carriages on the streets. Seven Springs Town Commissioner Rhonda Hughs presented several awards: one to Jeff Kearney for his dedication to Ole Timey Day, and the second award was the Gladys Potter Community Award  that went to Rick Ginn for his support to the town. Miss Goldsboro Isabella Gaines and Teen Miss Goldsboro McKinley Lanier along with the first North Carolina Pickle Queen Blair Sarvis had the honors to crown the first Seven Springs Ole Timey Day Court and the Seven Springs Court of Queens. There were plenty of old tractors, old cars and trucks on display for the people to stop and look at as they journeyed back in time during Ole Timey Day.

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