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Joe Currie
Joe Currie • 2 years ago

Charles Haggard, the mayor of Pelion, stirs a pot of boiled peanuts as he has done every year since the South Carolina Peanut Party's inception 31 years ago. He estimates 50-60 bushels of peanuts will be boiled for the event. The 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.The event features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local ent