The Wyalusing Lioness can always be counted on to be part of the parade.
Staff and residents of the Wyalusing Area Personal Care Home were ready for a ride around town.
The Wyalusing Presbyterian Church and Sunday School teamed for their float.
Girls Scouts from the Wyalusing area and their leaders added a lot of color to the parade.
The Rams Marching band headed down Marsh Street.
The color guard of Wyalusing Legion Post 534 led the 2009 edition of the firemen’s parade.
It took a wagon and a truck to hold all of Cub Scout Pack 8 and their leaders.
Kids from the Wyalusing Area Children’s Center are in the Hawaiian mood.
Dakota Powell looks like he’s in control for Twin Tiers Antique Tractor & Machinery Association
The Rams Marching Band on Main Street.
Employees and loyal customers of the Ram Zone pose at the start of the parade.
The Sons of the American Legion Post 534 seem to be getting younger every year.
The crew from Morris’ Market “wants to say Aloha.”
The employees at Peoples State Bank can always be counted on to participate in the annual parade.
The gang from Genesis Salon looks cool and relaxed on a warm night
Endless Mountains Gymnastics was well represented on their float this year
Parade Grand Marshals Nancy and Dave Keeler in Wyalusing's 1939 Chevy pumper.
As the sign on the 1939 fire truck proclaims, this year’s parade is in memory of Rick Conner.
Charlie Franko was towing some ice cold water on a humid night.
The Penn-York Highlanders on Wyalusing's Main Street
Grillin’ with Cargill, which feeds 1.2 billion people annually. “Ooh no, it’s a Mooau!
The folks at Angel Food Ministries in Herrickville say they “feed a family of four for $30 a week!.”
The crew at Wyalusing’s Ace Hardware prefers Hawaiian Green.