Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Sun, clowns and a chameleon

Covington Days sees its usual success

The city of Covington hosted its annual Covington Days festival on July 20. And with the festival, comes the annual parade everyone loves.

During the parade, groups from all over the city came to march along 272nd Street, including a fun cast of characters. The parade has clowns, fire fighters, local high school sports teams, old cars and the Covington Chameleon, recently named “Karma.”

Covington Council candidates came to participate in the parade as well. As for the actual festival, there were vendors of all kinds and fun for all.

There was a petting zoo, a dog rescue group, dunk tank along with inflatable toys and face painting. Event goers enjoys an array of activities in the hot, summer sun.

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

Parade participants march through Covington during the Covington Days Parade on July 20. Photos by Kayse Angel

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