When scores of people march through downtown Saturday, the Cherry Blossom Festival will be honoring Macon milestones.
"The Rhapsody in Pink: A Southern Melody" parade will feature grand marshals connected to three centennial celebrations, according to a news release from the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority's Craig Ross will be riding in the parade in honor of the 100th anniversary of the building of Terminal Station.
Ocmulgee National Monument Superintendent Jim David has been selected in honor of the anniversary of the U.S. Park Service and Nu-Way Weiners owners Sypros Dermatas and Jim Cacavias will be celebrating the hot dog franchise's hundredth anniversary in Macon.
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The parade begins at 3 p.m. Saturday and will run northwest on Cherry Street and over to Mulberry Street.