Powell Co. High School to hold parade in memory of student


STANTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – There will be a parade from Powell Co. High School this Saturday to honor a student who tragically died.

Jaren Reed died on November 6.  The parade will help raise funds for the Reed family.

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Anyone is welcome to join the parade, but organizers are asking for a $10 dollar donation.  All money raised will be donated to the family to offset expenses.  Organizers say participants should be at the high school by 9:15 to be registered.  Participants can bring their own vehicles, but must be licensed to operate whatever mode of transportation they bring, and must wear a helmet.

After the parade, organizers say food and refreshments will be available for a small fee, with the proceeds, again, going to the Reed family.

The parade will start at the high school on 700 W. College Avenue at 10:00 a.m.  It will continue down W. College to the center red light in town.  There, it will make a left onto Main Street, then a left on Maple Street. The parade will continue with a right onto Railroad, then a left onto Halls Lane and end back at Powell County High School.