Harleyville -- A town of 650 with a popular name among Harley-Davidson enthusiasts showed its warm and welcoming attitude as it threw its 38th annual town party, known as the See Saw Daze Festival, on Saturday.
While festivals can come and go, this one was special because the kin of William Washington "Cow Bill" Harley held its first-ever reunion during the event.
They marched in parade Saturday morning and mingled with people from across upper Dorchester County who came for the event, which also included a run/walk, pet show, carnival rides, turtle races and contests for log sawing, hot dog eating and the limbo, and lots of barbecue, hamburgers and sweets.
"It's changed a couple of times. It used to be in the spring time, but they moved it to the weekend after Labor Day a few years ago," Town Clerk and Treasurer Amanda Childers said.