Triton Parade Greeted by Big Crowds and Great Weather

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Lake Winola Fire Company members (top, from left) TJ Tomlin, Nate Evans, Paul Miller, Ed Carpenter, Gene Dziak, Ben Cannella, Eddie Dziak, Ed Hawk, Gene Dziak, Mary Ann Morgan, and (in window) Billy Dziak prepare for Triton Hose Company’s annual fireman’s parade on Thursday evening. Above, Wyalusing Valley High School Band members disembark from their bus and warm up their instruments. There’s was one of three bands in the parade.

Photos by Rick Hiduk

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The photos that follow represent preparation for the parade and foot race on the Tunkhannock School District campus, the lining up of spectators along the parade route on Franklin Avenue and Tioga Street, and the parade itself, from its start to its ending on Harrison Street. The photos are posted in the order that they were taken. In other words, the excitement builds!

Gathering for the Parade and the Race:

And the Race is On!

Waiting for the Parade Downtown:

The Parade Begins!

Tunkhannock High School Marching Band:

Here come the Politicians!

And finally the Fire & Rescue Companies:

Wyalusing Valley High School Band

Continuing west on Tioga Street.

This could be the end, but let’s run over to Harrison Street and see how things are going…

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