A great day for a parade
Holley-Murray celebrate annual June Fest
Photos by Tom Rivers – Holley Boy Scouts toss candy from their float as part of this morning’s parade down East Avenue.
HOLLEY – The village of Holley was alive with the sound of music this morning during the Holley-Murray June Fest Parade.
Several marching bands performed including the combined Holley-Kendall Marching Band, which is now in its second season as a partnership between the two school districts.
Members of the Holley-Kendall Marching Band perform in the parade.
Jonathan Trembley and the drum line of the Albion Marching Band perform down East Avenue in Holley.
Sarah Graham and the Albion Marching Band perform “Heartbeats” in the parade at Holley. The band has won several first place awards in recent band competitions.
A Holley fire truck makes its way down East Avenue.
Members of the Kendall Fire Department march in front of fire trucks from the department.
Kim Corcoran and the Lawn Chair Ladies from Kendall delighted the crowd. The Lawn Chair Ladies will perform again at 7 p.m. tonight as part of a free Drum & Bugle Corp Show at the Woodlands soccer field.
The award winning Holley High School chorus will open the show followed by the Lawn Chair Ladies. The evening’s entertainment continues with the Kendall-Holley marching band, the Hit Men Brass Band, Ghost Riders Mini Corps, Mighty St. Joe’s and finally the Hamburg Kingsmen.
The evening concludes with a fireworks display by Young Explosives Inc.