Chapin festival salutes local champions

August 26, 2013 

The latest edition of Chapin’s annual Labor Day festival commemorates community champions and their character.

It salute individuals who serve as role models as well as schools, civic groups and businesses who won honors.

The three-day event starts Saturday with a run/walk at Crooked Creek Park, followed by a bluegrass festival Sunday at Chapin Presbyterian Church.

Then comes the main event on Monday, featuring a parade and all-day gathering with exhibits, arts and contests in the center of the Lexington County community of 1,500 residents.

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Tim Flach

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