DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times  
Lorraine Carrington, 91, of Largo, center, gets a hug from Terry Turner, of Dunedin, who was touring downtown Dunedin with his wife, Rebecca Turner, left, dressed as T-Rex dinosaurs during the 27th-annual Dunedin Mardi Gras parade and celebration on Tuesday (2/13/18) in downtown Dunedin. At right (tank top) is Carrington's daughter, Linda Laich, of Oak Forest, Illinois. The event, one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations in the state, features a food truck court, vendors and live music by Danielle Mohr and the Moonlight Madness, Edge of Red and Gumbo Boogie.
DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times Lorraine Carrington, 91, of Largo, center, gets a hug from Terry Turner, of Dunedin, who was touring downtown Dunedin with his wife, Rebecca Turner, left, dressed as T-Rex dinosaurs during the 27th-annual Dunedin Mardi Gras parade and celebration on Tuesday (2/13/18) in downtown Dunedin. At right (tank top) is Carrington's daughter, Linda Laich, of Oak Forest, Illinois. The event, one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations in the state, features a food truck court, vendors and live music by Danielle Mohr and the Moonlight Madness, Edge of Red and Gumbo Boogie.
Published February 13 2018
Updated February 13 2018
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