A parade fit for King January 23, 2014 Uncategorized The weather was perfect for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade on Monday, Jan. 20, as hundreds of people participated in the celebration of the birthday of the slain civil rights leader. Photos by Bob Sofaly. Members of local civic clubs wave fans with the likeness of Martin Luther King Jr. as they make their way down Boundary Street. It wouldn’t be a parade without marching bands. Both Battery Creek and Beaufort High School bands participated and performed. Here, a trumpeter from Beaufort High plays his horn. Children wave to the enthusiastic crowd from their float during the annual MLK Day parade on Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email newsbyte Previous Story USCB presents ‘The Hen Party’ and ‘The Beaufortettes: Tap Dancing Divas’ Next Story Preventing frozen pipes Latest from Uncategorized EXTRA EFFORT GETTING (INTO) GEAR New recruits with Bravo Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, receive their initial gear July 19, aboard Oaks on the block Plans to cut down landmark trees in Port Royal draws swift public reaction By Tony Kukulich About VA Mental Health Services This is the final article in a series of four on VA Mental Health Services. The Lowcountry Life, June 23 Beaufort’s Debbie Barrett took this photo Tuesday, June 7 of a gorgeous sunrise at Fripp Island.