Thursday, May 22, 2008

Planning begins for July Fourth

WAKEFIELD - Spring is in the air, trees are in bloom, the Annual Spring Carnival celebrated an unprecedented five days of sunshine and Wakefield has a full calendar of upcoming community events. The annual Fourth of July Parade is the last major event before the town settles down for the hazy days of summer.
From the first blasts of sirens from the approaching fire engines, the parade conjures up images of marching bands, Caribbean dancers with fantastic plumage, equestrians, the best drum corps in the world, honor guards, balloons, pop corn and, of course, floats!
The Committee is busy reviewing bands and other entries and it is time to put out a call for floats.

Hope you like our entry.

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