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Monday, June 19, 2017


 6/17/17 Wellsboro Laurel Festival/Parade Photos
Two parts - Photo Links below, otherwise see

Parade Marshal Award:
This was earned by Skip and Carol Cavanaugh of Wellsboro and Blake Maxson of Northwest Bank of Wellsboro. "They graciously gave up their time to help out," said Julie VanNess, executive director of the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce. "Skip and Carol were going to drive an official in their convertible during the Laurel Parade. When we realized we had an extra convertible, the Cavanaughs decided to participate in the parade and throw candy to parade watchers along the route." Blake Maxson had volunteered to use his vehicle to haul a float but the group involved brought their own truck. He then "saved the day" for the queen candidate judges who were stranded at the Deane Center with no transportation to get them to their next stop.

High School Bands (60 musicians and under):
First, Wellsboro Area High School Band of Wellsboro, Pa.
Second, Canaseraga High School Marching Band, Canaseraga, New York
Third, Wellsville Marching Lions, Wellsville, N.Y.

High School Bands (61 musicians and over):
First, Corning-Painted Post High School Marching Band of Corning, N.Y.

Professional Bands:
First, Penn York Highlanders, a Scottish pipe band of Athens, Pa.
Second, Blue Eagles Alumni Drum and Bugle Corps of Wind Gap, Pa.
Third, Edward P. Maloney Memorial Pipe Band of Vestal, N.Y.

Community Float Division:
First, Broad Acres Health & Rehabilitation Center & Country Terrace in Charleston Township with their float "Fairy Tale Land."
Second, the Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital Auxiliary of Wellsboro with their float.

Special Unit Award:
Pennsylvania Bucktails Civil War Living History Unit of Mansfield, Pa.

Specialty Music Unit Award:
The Hit Men Brass Band of Rochester, N.Y.

Antique/Classic Car Award
1937 Oldsmobile originally bought in Wellsboro at a garage where the Warehouse Theatre is located. Owned by Bob Dunham of Wellsboro, it was driven by Bud Boyce.

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