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Happy 100, South Charleston!

BEN CALWELL | Metro
South Charleston Mayor Frank Mullens and 11-year-old Madison “Star” Pettitt cut a cake in honor of South Charleston’s 100th anniversary on Aug. 9 at the Mound on D Street. They are joined, from left, by: Mark Wolford, Bob Lilly, Sherri Mullens, Margie Spence and Kent Rymer.
Visitors to South Charleston’s 100th anniversary celebration at the Mound were treated to free cake and cupcakes, decorated with orange and black icing. Live music on the stage at the Mound added to the festivities.
A giant birthday cake served as a popular backdrop for photos during the City of South Charleston’s 100th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, Aug. 9, at the Mound. The event featured free cake, refreshments and live music.
As part of South Charleston’s 100th anniversary celebration, a time capsule containing a variety of items was sealed at city hall. Holding the time capsule, which will be opened in 50 years, is Mayor Frank Mullens, left, and South Charleston Convention & Visitors Bureau Executive Director Bob Anderson.
Mayor Frank Mullens greets the South Charleston High School football team during the city’s 100th anniversary celebration on Aug. 9.
Enjoying some cool shade during South Charleston’s 100th anniversary celebration on Aug. 9 are Pam Potter and her grandchildren, Beau and Caroline Potter.
Decorated with orange and black icing, a special cake marked South Charleston’s 100th anniversary on Aug. 9.
Mayor Frank Mullens addresses the crowd from the Mound stage on D Street.
South Charleston resident Cathy Williams feeds ice cream to her dog, Caramel, during South Charleston’s 100th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, Aug. 9.


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