An annual tradition played out on the streets of Flour Bluff Monday night: the Flour Bluff Homecoming Parade.
The parade traveled down Waldron Road. Various groups and floats took off right around 6 p.m. and made their way toward the high school.
"It's just something that you bring your kids to every year if you're here, when your from here," said Christine Bundy, who was enjoying the parade. "It's something the community gets together and does, and that's neat."
"I have two adopted kids that are here, so we want to support them," said Landa Peschke. "So we are out here watching the parade."
The tradition continued soon after with the burning of the F.B.
By the way, Flour Bluff will play Laredo Cigarroa during their homecoming football game this week.