Sheila Borden holds the grand prize trophy for the upcoming Fourth of July parade float.
Photo by Katherine Clark.
continued The winners will have their name engraved on a plate on the trophy and they will have the privilege of placing the trophy on their shelf for the entire year and the “bragging rights” that go with it.
Borden said the group does not need to be a family; they can be office staff that work together. And participants don’t have to walk in the parade; they can ride on a wagon.
The parade will begin at 5 p.m. and will end in front of the library. The day’s events will also include street square dancing in front of the library and will go till its time for community members to promenade down to watch the fireworks.