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(WSFA)   World's Smallest St. Patrick's Day Parade in Enterprise, Alabama features one marcher and... well, that's about it   ( ) divider line 51
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2013-03-19 07:05:26 PM  

this_is_ace: Vaelor: It's a small town, but every Aviator in the Army goes through training at Fort Rucker, which is eight miles to the East. So it's nowhere near as sad, shabby or rudderless as most of the other towns in the Deep South (Opp, anyone?)

late to the party, but yeah, Opp is ... something else. they used to have the Rattlesnake Rodeo, yearly. i think it's gone the way of the dodo, though.

a buddy of mine is actually the editor of their weekly paper, and loves the place. i've never seen the appeal. Geneva, almost directly south of Enterprise, is pretty bad, too.

At least Geneva is 90 miles closer to Panama City and Destin. They benefit from all the Southbound soldiers on the weekends, too. Opp and Elba feel so much more economically depressed and hopeless when I happen to drive through.
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