Brownies from local troops took the parade route Thursday for the kick-off to Rock Hill's Come-See-Me festival. For more on what's happening, check the schedule in today's Herald or visit comeseeme.rockhill.net. Share you Come-See-Me photos and videos with other readers at our Web site,

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Brownies from local troops took the parade route Thursday for the kick-off to Rock Hill's Come-See-Me festival. For more on what's happening, check the schedule in today's Herald or visit comeseeme.rockhill.net. Share you Come-See-Me photos and videos with other readers at our Web site, heraldonline.com. Simply come to heraldonline.com/comeseeme to submit. All submissions become the property of The Herald and may be published in any format.
Brownies from local troops took the parade route Thursday for the kick-off to Rock Hill's Come-See-Me festival. For more on what's happening, check the schedule in today's Herald or visit comeseeme.rockhill.net. Share you Come-See-Me photos and videos with other readers at our Web site, heraldonline.com. Simply come to heraldonline.com/comeseeme to submit. All submissions become the property of The Herald and may be published in any format.

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