Brenda Comer, center, of Pass Christian and Sandy Maggie and Ann Madden, both of Bay St. Louis model their Dolly Parton outfits they wore for the city's Second Saturday Dolly Should event.
Brenda Comer, center, of Pass Christian and Sandy Maggie and Ann Madden, both of Bay St. Louis model their Dolly Parton outfits they wore for the city's Second Saturday Dolly Should event. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Brenda Comer, center, of Pass Christian and Sandy Maggie and Ann Madden, both of Bay St. Louis model their Dolly Parton outfits they wore for the city's Second Saturday Dolly Should event. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

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