home page Contact Us

Home
Meeting Information
Upcoming Events
Meeting Makeups
President's Message
Bylaws
Officers & Directors
Member Pics.
Four Avenues of Service
Newsletter
Event Photos
Our Anthem
Calendar
ONSEYAWA & Links
Joker Calculator
 
About Rotary
Becoming A Member
 
Contact Us
Site Map
Website Help

Sponsors

For members...




Administration Login
 
Event Photos

Album Name: July 4th Parade Return to Albums
Album Date: Jul 4, 2014
Description: Our Club's participation in the Canandaigua July 4th parade was fun. We even won an award, CLICK and see the album!
(click an image to enlarge and start a slide show)
Bev Cartwright flanked by Corvettes she found. Rotary's Parade Coordinator Bev Cartwright, and passenger Dick McGavern (?)in just one of the Corvettes. Oh can you see Red, White, and Blue? 74 Pontiac with Len and Barb Kane. Bob Palumbo checks out Mary Potter's bike and baskets full of candy!
The official Doughnut Guards (or is it tasters?) Bob Palumbo, Joe Kardesh, Doug Lowden, and Dan Kelly. Our Ken Poole warms up the Band. And they did a GREAT job too, winning the Best Band Award. Our band with earlier trophys. Fred Magley and President Mary getting excited to start the parade. Club parade organizer Bev Cartwright has her eye on some of Mary Potter's candy in the decorated bike baskets.
The clowns on stilts practice their skills. One was even a fire eating clown. The parade starts to roll, with Jack, Fred Magley, Kathi Nevin carrying Old Glory, and Joe Kardesh. Craig George gets a ride in one of the several Corvettes that were in our contingent. Crowded sidewalks, clowns on stilts, vintage Corvettes and great weather makes for a terrific parade! Kathi Nevin followed by some of our contingent.
Even President Mary Green gets a ride. Probably the only time she rode down Main Street straddling lanes without lights and sirens? Or was she racing?! The answer is: It takes an Army of 2 and a well equipped Jeep to keep our President Mary in line! Even our John Spare helped out at the reviewing stand by announcing the contingents of the parade.