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Dress-Up Parade in pictures

Published on September 8, 2018 12:01AM

Last changed on September 10, 2018 10:12AM

A runner in a shark costume takes part in the Kyle Burnside Memorial Dress-Up Parade Fun Run on Saturday in Pendleton.

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A runner in a shark costume takes part in the Kyle Burnside Memorial Dress-Up Parade Fun Run on Saturday in Pendleton.

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A large inflatable piggy bank is pulled on a float by Community Bank through the intersection of Court Avenue and Main Street during the Dress-Up Parade on Saturday in Pendleton.

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A large inflatable piggy bank is pulled on a float by Community Bank through the intersection of Court Avenue and Main Street during the Dress-Up Parade on Saturday in Pendleton.

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Junior Jam dancers march down Dorion Avenue during the Dress-Up Parade on Saturday in Pendleton.

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Junior Jam dancers march down Dorion Avenue during the Dress-Up Parade on Saturday in Pendleton.

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A person dressed as a cloud dances in front of the announcer’s stand on Court Avenue on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A person dressed as a cloud dances in front of the announcer’s stand on Court Avenue on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Riders with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation make their way down Court Avenue on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Riders with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation make their way down Court Avenue on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A pit bull with a rodeo rider walks down Court Avenue with a float from Pupcakes on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A pit bull with a rodeo rider walks down Court Avenue with a float from Pupcakes on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A procession of Ford Model As with the Blue Mountain As car club on Saturday  during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A procession of Ford Model As with the Blue Mountain As car club on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Umatilla County Commissioner candidate Rick Pullen and his wife, Faith, walk down Court Avenue on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Umatilla County Commissioner candidate Rick Pullen and his wife, Faith, walk down Court Avenue on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Peter Walters with the Pendleton Round-Up Mounted Band plays saxophone on “When The Saints Go Marching In” on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Peter Walters with the Pendleton Round-Up Mounted Band plays saxophone on “When The Saints Go Marching In” on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Pendleton Round-Up Queen Betsy West waves to the crowds on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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Pendleton Round-Up Queen Betsy West waves to the crowds on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A pennant bearer with the Pendleton Round-Up carrying the U.S. flag yells during the on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A pennant bearer with the Pendleton Round-Up carrying the U.S. flag yells during the on Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A parade entry with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation makes its way down Main Street  Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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A parade entry with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation makes its way down Main Street Saturday during the Dress-Up Parade in Pendleton.

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The Pendleton Round-Up doesn’t officially begin until Wednesday, but the unofficial kickoff was Saturday at the Dress-Up Parade.

It’s the first of two parades during the week, with the Westward Ho! Parade coming Friday at 10 a.m.

It also includes the Kyle Burnside Memorial Fun Run, in which runners don costumes and lead the parade route through town.























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