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UAPB Homecoming Parade Saturday

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The annual UAPB/AM&N Homecoming Parade will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, October 27 in downtown Pine Bluff. Participants can help ensure an enjoyable experience by being mindful of a few guidelines:

Campaign materials may not be displayed on the elected official's vehicle - only incumbent national, state, county and city elected officials participate in the parade. Identification of elected officials shall be limited to name and office held.

For safety reasons, no one will be allowed to ride on the hood of a car or truck. Throwing treats or any objects to spectators along the parade route is also forbidden.

For more information please call (870) 575-8359 or (870) 575-8889.

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