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Album Name: 2015 July 4th Parade Return to Albums
Album Date: Jul 4, 2015
Description: The Club joins in the Canandaigua July 4th Parade
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Float theme this year was Community The contents of the float were gifts and placards that represented our various Club's projects. Taking a breather during construction are Marty Potter and Kim Sorel. Back to work: Marty Potter and Sandy Reed. Tim Reed is getting ready a wagon full of goodies for the kids; or is he test driving?
Construction by team Tim & Sandy Reed, Marty Potter, Kim Sorel, Jean Logan, Kathi Nevin, and George Herren. Karen Sprentall's grandson had a 10 balloon limit to keep him from achieving liftoff! Jodi Kaufman approaching liftoff. (A new type of selfie: Remote?) Kenn Poole is getting that terrific band warmed up. Is that Tim Reed being coaxed by Sandy Reed and exchange student Silvia?
Trouble? Exchange student Silvia, seated are Janet Tenreiro with Teresa Hall PDG in her Alfa-Romeo, more trouble(?), and Kathi Nevin. Andy Platou being escorted by Tom Mees. Definitely a top-down day!. Rotarians on parade: Kathi Nevin with the colors, Exchange student Silvia and Barb Fuge with the Club Banner, followed by the Community Band as observed by the many, many spectators. Al Walker being chauffeured by Carin Herren in a classic Ford Mustang. A Family affair for sure when it came to Rotarians Rick Hawks and Donna Miller.
Talk about traffic stoppers: Teresa Hall and Uncle Sam (aka Skip Buck) Placards showing just some of the Club's projects: Canandaigua Comfort care Home, Canandaigua Academy Scholarships, Outhouse Park, to mention a few..... and more projects: Kershaw Park, Sonnenberg Gardens, and a $10,000 PLUS drawing open to the public. Some of those at the Reviewing stand (and donuts of course!): Rotarians Sal Pietropaolo and John Spare.