Prosperity’s Hoppin’ kicked off with a 5k run/walk event at 8 a.m. beginning at Town Center.
Art and antiques lined downtown Prosperity. Jeffery Day from Gilbert displayed his art proudly. His work can also be viewed at www.jefferyday.com.
In the Grace Street Parking lot, members of the community put together a yard sale. Mr. Nostalgia, otherwise known as Dale Shealy, sold tin signs, gum cards, comics, toys, and other memorabilia.
Lucretia Bookman, left, along with Amy Wise and Howard Sims browsed the children’s toys at David Eargle’s section of the yard sale.
Charlie Bedenbaugh, left, helps customer Derek Underwood browse his Will Power apparel. The money raised from the sales goes directly into the WillPower foundation, which funds two scholarships each year to Mid-Carolina High School graduates.
The Bucket Brigade, sponsored by Munson’s Music, performed in Town Square as part of the entertainment for the event.