ABBEVILLE, Ala. (WTVY) -- The Abbeville community came together Saturday for the 22nd annual Unity Day.
The small festival put up with help from the Abbeville Police Department was to show solidarity in the community.
Giving families a chance to get out and spend some quality time with the town's first responders.
Organizer Leon Brown believes that Unity Day helps bridge the gap between generations in Abbeville.
Brown says, "It's really important to us and our community, because the older people, half of them don't even live here anymore, they're deceased, and we just want to give something back to our community."
The community also released balloons during the day to honor the memory of those they've lost.