CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - The Red Top community rallied together for their annual Labor Day parade, a tradition that's decades-old for the West Ashley community.
"It's been a tradition," Minerva Gadsden said. "It shows the community spirit."
Gadsden grew up in Red Top and returned for the yearly festivities.
"Red Top is a very nurturing community. This parade has existed for over 35 years," Gadsden said. "This community means so much to my family so we come back every year to participate in the Labor Day parade."
Parade organizers said the event is designed around family, faith and fellowship.
Eight churches host the day with community groups, along with help of local donations.
"It's almost like a reunion type thing," Marlon Williams said.
Williams has watched the Red Top parade alongside family for several years in a row.