BUBBLES EVERYWHERE – Children play in the clouds of bubbles being blown out by the Bubble Bus during Magical Martin Day on Sept. 5.
DEDICATION – Members of the Martin Police Department, Martin Fire Department, Tennessee State Troopers, and the Martin Volunteer Police Force all worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of all attendees this year during the Soybean Festival. Without them, this year would not have been as successful.
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE – About 75 children, along with quite a few parents, library staff members, and other adult volunteers, all went down the rabbit hole together during the Mad Hatter Tea Party Sept. 5 at the Martin Public Library.
CHEERING ON THE BEAN – Members of the UT Martin’s cheerleading team preformed for attendees of the Soybean Festival.
HIGH FIVE – Everleigh Farmer, 3, of Greenfield gives a high five to Fire Pup with a little help from her mom, Taylor Farmer, during Magical Martin Day on Sept. 5.
FATHER-SON PROJECT – Isaac Brown, 4, and his father, Stacey Brown, work together on a little art project as part of the Soybean Festival Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest in downtown Martin. The contest featured 71 entries, and winners included Cody Grissom of Greenfield (pre-K), Dani Davidson of Martin (K-5th grade), and Isaac Ostenson of Martin (6th-12th grade).
A BARN FULL OF FUN – Marmalade Sokolowski, daughter of Meagan Sokolowski, enjoys the petting zoo.