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We Love A Parade

Saturday, July 21, 2012

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The 4-H Rabbit Club float (top) took first place in the Youth Division Friday night.
The Putnam County Fair has officially begun. Hundreds showed up at the annual parade Friday evening as parade participants passed out candy, popsicles and even had some fun super soaking the crowd along the parade route.

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District 44 State Rep. Jim Baird mingles with the crowd by riding a segway.
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Sabrina Arnold (right, top) passed out popsicles for Dairy Castle,


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The Zorah Shrine Drum and Bugle Corps from Terre Haute would like to Thank The Putnam County Shrine Club for inviting us to your parade this year. The crowd was big and and enthusiastic! The Funeral Home that was handing out bottled water, well we really appreciated that! Hope we get another invite next year. Thank You, Greencastle and Putnam County, oh and The Putnam County Shrine Club (Mr. Mike Murphy). Jerry Calandrilla Director, Zorah Shrine and Bugle Corps.

-- Posted by Big Jer on Sat, Jul 21, 2012, at 10:29 AM

It is Sunday night. The parade was Friday evening. Yet you drive along Washington Street and still see peoples trash, cans and plastic bottles littering the sidewalks and roadway. What is wrong with picking up after yourselves. I am ashamed of people who believe everyone should clean up after them. So much for the signs at the entrances to town proclaiming Greencastle a clean city!

-- Posted by chicken on Sun, Jul 22, 2012, at 10:19 PM


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