The Wyalusing Cub Scouts Pack 8, Boy Scout Troops 4 and 8, as well as Venture Crew 4 joined together to create a circus float.
The Cargill crew promoted safety in the workplace with their theme, “Circus of Safety.”
Members of the Endless Supply Company brought along a few K-9 companions and other critters for their circus-themed float.
Members of the Hollenback, Spring Hill and Wyalusing United Methodist Charge were all “Working for Christ” during the parade.
Tim Girven sits on Carl Ely’s 1947 Indian Chief motorcycle, which Ely of Clay, NY, bought in 1956 for $185.
Phil Crouthamel rides on his Can-Am Spyder machine as “Spyder-Man”
PA Rep. Tina Pickett made a point to support our veterans during the parade while riding on her classic Farmall tractor.
The Wyalusing Youth Cheerleading squad was “Cheerfully Clowning Around” on their float.
PS Bank employees created a float themed “Vintage Circus & Vintage Spectators.”
The Wyalusing Valley High School 2015 seniors claimed “We’ll Make History!”
Tia Dillman, Georgia O’Conner, Mia Conner, Trena Carr, Lois Woodruff and Crystal Conner represented Subway of Wyalusing.
Family and friends of Sanford & Son Antiques in Wyalusing rode on “The Big Top” float.
From left, Dana Repsher, Max Bendock and Sue Fenton on “The Royal Ace Circus” float, representing Ace Hardware in Wyalusing.
The Stanton family surrounds Jay Stanton’s restored 1957 John Deere 620 tractor.
Folks from the Personal Care Home in Wyalusing were all ready for the circus-themed parade, by the looks of their masks and costumes.
The ProCare Wyalusing team and their "Concession Stand".
Members of the Rainbow Club went all out with their costumes, siting below “The Big Top.”
Community Bank employees created their “Ticket Booth”-themed float.