Beloved Small Town Tradition Pauses: Chitlin Strut Canceled for 2024

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The small town of Salley, South Carolina, is facing a year without one of its most cherished traditions: the Chitlin Strut. For over half a century, this annual festival has been a hallmark of community spirit, drawing locals and visitors alike to celebrate with parades, music, and of course, the unique Southern delicacy of chitlins. The decision to cancel the 2024 event has left many in the town feeling a profound sense of loss, as the festival has always been a time to come together and celebrate their shared heritage.

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