Roosevelt County residents, old and young, met Thursday evening in the Roosevelt County Courthouse square to participate in a Centennial community photo organized by the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce.
Some dressed up, while others represented their school or a place of work as they attempted to loosely recreate a historic photo taken on the square in Portales around the time of New Mexico's statehood.
Organizers asked residents to include vehicles from the various decades of the last century.
Jim and Jane Moore pulled up in a white 1969 Camaro. Jim Moore said he rebuilt the car in 1987 and was happy that he was able to include it in the photo.
Jane Mauk Hilliard, 92, who moved to Portales in 1920, wore her hair pinned and a classy pink jacket for the photo.
Hilliard said she was invited by former Portales mayor, Orlando Ortega to sit front and center.
"She's seen it all since she arrived here," said John Hilliard said of his mother. "She raised us on Avenue B, a house that's over 100 years old."
Weldon and Vernell Reed of Floyd wore their Eastern New Mexico Auto Club vests proudly as they posed for the camera, along with many others who smiled for the centennial picture.