Christmas Parade

Christmas Parade 2017

Chilly and rainy weather was on the schedule for the Harper Creek Optimist Club’s 38th annual Christmas parade, but it didn’t seem to distract parade participants and spectators from joining in with the holiday cheer for the spectacular event. There were 84 entries on the program and all but a few decided to compete with the inclement weather. The theme this year was “Unwrap the Magic” and a number of the entries appeared to do just that. The Harper Creek Optimist Club selected Donna Jean Hazel as the Grand Marshall for this year’s parade. Donna is very active with numerous volunteer organizations and has been a great ambassador for our community. She recently retired from owning Jim Hazel’s Citgo and as office manager at the Battle Creek Shopper News after 50 years. Her late husband (Jim) was also great supporter of our community and an active long-time Optimist Club member. Our club extends a special thanks to club member James Demarest for his countless volunteer hours involved with chairing the event and also to club members who volunteered their time on a not so comfortable weather accommodating evening. Colorful lights mixed with rain, marching band music and the holiday spirit provided by those in attendance was a perfect formula for this year’s parade.

Every year there are honorary awards/plaques issued to participants in the parade for various categories. All parade entries are judged by a panel of Optimist members an hour before the parade kicks off with respect to the category they may qualify for. Those meeting the time deadline are analyzed and the awards are issued to the winners just before they prepare for their parade voyage. A banner designating their winning award is carried just in front of their parade entry. This year the banners were carried by members of the Harper Creek Competitive Cheer Team under the direction of Jessica Davis. This year’s award winners are pictured below along with their designated banner and Harper Creek Optimist Club President Dustin King presenting their winning plaque.

International Award (best use of holiday lighting): Wicked Jeeps West Michigan2017-11-OptimistParadeAward6A2017-11-OptimistParadeAward6B2017-11-OptimistParadeAward6C

Judge’s Award (non-profit – best interpretation of theme): Harper Creek Middle School Girl Scout Troop #802682017-11-OptimistParadeAward2

Sweepstakes Award (commercial – best interpretation of theme): Sunshine Toyota- Santa Float – with Santa and Mrs. Claus!2017-11-OptimistParadeAward7A2017-11-OptimistParadeAward7B2017-11-OptimistParadeAward7C

Grand Marshal’s Award (best overall entry): Jaqua Realtors2017-11-OptimistParadeAward3A2017-11-OptimistParadeAward3C2017-11-OptimistParadeAward3B

President’s Award (most unique interpretation of the theme): IBEW Local 4452017-11-OptimistParadeAward52017-11-OptimistParadeAward5A

Fantasy Award (best use of music & animation): Battle Cree Elks #1312017-11-OptimistParadeAward4B2017-11-OptimistParadeAward4A2017-11-OptimistParadeAward4C

Thad Harding Memorial (parade participation longevity): Harper Creek Marching Band2017-11-OptimistParadeAward12017-11-OptimistParadeBand1D

Our club selected Donna Jean Hazel as Grand Marshal for this year’s parade. 2017-11-OptimistParadeHazel32017-11-OptimistParadeHazel2

The community was presented with music entertainment during the parade from four local high school marching bands. Pictured below are some of the participating musicians and their band directors receiving an honorary plaque from Optimist Club President Dustin King.

Harper Creek High School Marching Band2017-11-OptimistParadeBand1A2017-11-OptimistParadeBand1B2017-11-OptimistParadeBand1C

Lakeview High School Marching Band2017-11-OptimistParadeBand2B2017-11-OptimistParadeBand2A2017-11-OptimistParadeBand2D2017-11-OptimistParadeBand2C

Battle Creek Central High School Marching Band2017-11-OptimistParadeBand3B2017-11-OptimistParadeBand3A2017-11-OptimistParadeBand3C2017-11-OptimistParadeBand3D

St. Philip High School Marching Band2017-11-OptimistParadeBand4A

Pictured below are some of the floats and participants that represented entries in this year’s parade. 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry12017-11-OptimistParadeChannel32017-11-OptimistParadeEntry2 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry4 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry5 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry6 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry8 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry10 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry11 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry13 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry14 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry15 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry16 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry17 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry18 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry19 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry20 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry212017-11-OptimistParadeEntry22 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry23 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry24 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry25 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry26 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry27 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry28 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry29 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry30 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry31 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry32 2017-11-OptimistParadeEntry33

The Optimist International motto is “Friend of Youth” and our club was happy to see so many smiling faces on the youth that endured the nasty November weather and participated in our annual Christmas Parade. 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth4 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth6 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth5 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth1 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth2 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth3 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth11 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth12 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth9 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth8 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth7 2017-11-OptimistParadeYouth10

 

 

Christmas Parade 2016

On a chilly and snowy November 19th   evening The Harper Creek Optimist Club provided the Battle Creek community with its 37th annual Holiday/Christmas Parade. There were 96 entries in this year’s event and it was well attended with spectators lining the streets. The theme this year was “The Bells of Christmas” and besides holiday bells, wedding bells were also present as Grand Marshals Phil J. O’Reilly and Jessie Schuemann exchanged wedding vows following the Harper Creek Marching Band leading off the parade with a rendition of the “Wedding March”. Our club extends a special thanks to club member James Demarest for his countless volunteer hours involved with chairing the event and also to club members who volunteered their time on a not so comfortable weather accommodating evening. Colorful lights mixed with falling snow, marching band music and a holiday spirit made a perfect recipe for this year’s parade.

Every year there are honorary awards/plaques issued to participants in the parade for various categories. All parade entries are judged by a panel of club members an hour before the parade kicks off. Unfortunately entries that are not lined up by the hour deadline do not qualify for awards. Those meeting the deadline are analyzed and the awards are issued to the winners just before they prepare for their parade voyage. This year’s winners are pictured below with Harper Creek Optimist President Dustin King carrying their winning banners:

International Award (best use of holiday lighting): Harper Creek Girl Scout Troop #802682016-11-optimistparadewinner7

Judge’s Award (non-profit – best interpretation of theme): Iron Horse Riders Group2016-11-optimistparadewinner12016-11-optimistparadewinner1a

Sweepstakes Award (commercial – best interpretation of theme): Lakeview Ford-Lincoln2016-11-optimistparadewinner5

Grand Marshal’s Award (best overall entry): “Towing Mater” by Stan Lassen Auto2016-11-optimistparadewinner22016-11-optimistparadewinner2a

President’s Award (most unique interpretation of the theme): Battle Creek Regional History Museum2016-11-optimistparadewinner32016-11-optimistparadewinner3a

Fantasy Award (best use of music & animation): Winter Wonderland (Mishawaka, IN)2016-11-optimistparadewinner4

Thad Harding Memorial (parade participation longevity): NorthPoint Woods2016-11-optimistparadewinner62016-11-optimistparadewinner6a

The community was presented with music entertainment during the parade from four local high school marching bands. Pictured below are some of the participating musicians and their band directors receiving an honorary plaque from Optimist Club President Dustin King. 2016-11-optimistparadebandhc12016-11-optimistparadebandhc22016-11-optimistparadebandhc32016-11-optimistparadebandbccentral22016-11-optimistparadebandbccentral12016-11-optimistparadebandbccentral3 2016-11-optimistparadebandbccentral4 2016-11-optimistparadebandbccentral52016-11-optimistparadebandstphil22016-11-optimistparadebandstphil12016-11-optimistparadebandpennfield32016-11-optimistparadebandpennfield1

Our club selected as Grand Marshals for this year’s parade the wedding couple: Phil J. O’Reilly and Jessie Schuemann. They presented on their own float, which also accommodated the wedding party.2016-11-optimistparadewedding12016-11-optimistparadewedding2 2016-11-optimistparadewedding3

Pictured below are some of the floats and participants that represented entries in this year’s parade. 2016-11-optimistparadeentries54 2016-11-optimistparadeentries53 2016-11-optimistparadeentries52 2016-11-optimistparadeentries51 2016-11-optimistparadeentries50 2016-11-optimistparadeentries49 2016-11-optimistparadeentries47 2016-11-optimistparadeentries46 2016-11-optimistparadeentries45 2016-11-optimistparadeentries44 2016-11-optimistparadeentries43 2016-11-optimistparadeentries42a 2016-11-optimistparadeentries42 2016-11-optimistparadeentries41 2016-11-optimistparadeentries40 2016-11-optimistparadeentries39 2016-11-optimistparadeentries38 2016-11-optimistparadeentries37 2016-11-optimistparadeentries36 2016-11-optimistparadeentries35 2016-11-optimistparadeentries34 2016-11-optimistparadeentries33 2016-11-optimistparadeentries32 2016-11-optimistparadeentries31 2016-11-optimistparadeentries30 2016-11-optimistparadeentries29 2016-11-optimistparadeentries28 2016-11-optimistparadeentries27 2016-11-optimistparadeentries26 2016-11-optimistparadeentries25 2016-11-optimistparadeentries24 2016-11-optimistparadeentries23 2016-11-optimistparadeentries21 2016-11-optimistparadeentries20 2016-11-optimistparadeentries19 2016-11-optimistparadeentries18 2016-11-optimistparadeentries17 2016-11-optimistparadeentries16a 2016-11-optimistparadeentries16 2016-11-optimistparadeentries15 2016-11-optimistparadeentries14 2016-11-optimistparadeentries13a 2016-11-optimistparadeentries13 2016-11-optimistparadeentries12 2016-11-optimistparadeentries11 2016-11-optimistparadeentries10a 2016-11-optimistparadeentries9 2016-11-optimistparadeentries8 2016-11-optimistparadeentries7 2016-11-optimistparadeentries6 2016-11-optimistparadeentries5 2016-11-optimistparadeentries4 2016-11-optimistparadeentries3 2016-11-optimistparadeentries2a 2016-11-optimistparadeentries2 2016-11-optimistparadeentries1

Even the chilly snowy weather brought out holiday smiles from youth participating in this year’s parade and Santa with Mrs. Claus made their traditional presence.2016-11-optimistparadeyouth21 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth20 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth19 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth18 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth17 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth16 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth15 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth14 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth13 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth12 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth11 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth10 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth9 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth8 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth7 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth6 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth5 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth4 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth3 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth2 2016-11-optimistparadeyouth1

Optimist club member Jeff Adams provided some pictures and video of the parade line-up taken from a drone prior to the start of the event.2016-11-optimistparadedrone3 2016-11-optimistparadedrone2 2016-11-optimistparadedrone12016-11-optimistparadedrone4

Click to view: Parade Drone Video

 

Christmas Parade 2015

On a very snowy November 21st   evening The Harper Creek Optimist Club provided the Battle Creek community with its 36th annual Holiday/Christmas Parade. Due to the forecasted all day snowstorm, entries were down and those lining the streets were not as abundant as years past; some local areas had as much as 12 inches of snow by the time the parade kicked off. Even so, participants and spectators again enjoyed a spectacular event ushering the Holiday Season to the Battle Creek community. Colorful lights mixed with falling snow, marching band music and a holiday spirit were delivered by numerous colorful animated floats.

Every year there are honorary awards/plaques issued to participants in the parade for various categories. All parade entries are judged by a panel of club members an hour before the parade kicks off. Unfortunately entries that are not lined up by the hour deadline do not qualify for awards. Those meeting the deadline are analyzed and the awards are issued to the winners just before they prepare for their parade voyage. This year’s winners in regards to our theme “A night at the North Pole” are pictured below with Harper Creek Optimist President Howard King carrying their winning banners:

International Award (best use of holiday lighting): Learning Zone2015-11-OptimistParadeWinners1

Judge’s Award (non-profit – best interpretation of theme): First Wesleyan Church2015-11-OptimistParadeWinners4

Sweepstakes Award (commercial – best interpretation of theme): Binder Park Zoo2015-11-OptimistParadeWinners5

Grand Marshal’s Award (best overall entry): Lakeview Ford2015-11-OptimistParadeWinners3

President’s Award (most unique interpretation of the theme): Winter Wonderland2015-11-OptimistParadeWinners2

Fantasy Award (best use of music & animation): Girl Scout Troop #802682015-11-OptimistParadeWinners6

Thad Harding Memorial (parade participation longevity): Sunset Cruisers Car Club2015-11-OptimistParadeWinners7

The community was presented with music entertainment during the parade from the five local high school marching bands. Pictured below are some of the participating musicians and their band directors receiving an honorary plaque from Optimist Club President Howard King.  2015-11-OptimistParadeBand12015-11-OptimistParadeBand32015-11-OptimistParadeBand42015-11-OptimistParadeBand22015-11-OptimistParadeBand62015-11-OptimistParadeBand52015-11-OptimistParadeBand92015-11-OptimistParadeBand82015-11-OptimistParadeBand7

Our club selected philanthropic Preston and Marge Kool as Grand Marshall’s for this year’s parade. Preston is a former Mayor of Battle Creek and their countless benevolence to the Battle Creek community will be cherished forever. 2015-11-OptimistParadeMarshalls

Pictured below are a few of the snow covered parade entries just before they entered onto the parade route, which started at 5:45 PM.2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries16 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries13 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries12 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries8 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries17 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries11 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries10 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries9 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries6 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries4 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries1 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries18 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries14 2015-11-OptimistParadeEntries3

Even the snowy cold weather brought out holiday smiles from youth participating in this year’s parade and Santa with Mrs. Claus made their traditional presence.2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth7 2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth1 2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth2 2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth3 2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth4 2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth5 2015-11-OptimistParadeYouth62015-11-OptimistParadeSanta

The Harper Creek Optimist Club could not present this event to the community without the volunteer service of club members. Pictured below are some of those members who help make this year’s parade another successful Optimist civic project. 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers1 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers2 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers3 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers4 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers5 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers6 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers7 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembers8 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembersBerry 2015-11-OptimistParadeClubMembersMe

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS PARADE 2014
On a chilly and damp November 22nd evening our Optimist Club provided the Battle Creek community with its 35th annual Holiday/Christmas Parade. Inclement weather days prior to the event forced a few of the parade entrants to cancel, but 100 parade entries participated in the community event and a well-attended array of spectators witnessed the spectacular event. Colorful lights, marching band music and a holiday spirit were delivered by a multitude of colorful animated floats.

Every year there are honorary awards/plaques issued to participants in the parade for various categories. All parade entries are judged by a panel of club members an hour before the parade kicks off. They are analyzed and the awards are issued to the winners just before they prepare for their parade voyage. This year’s winners in regards to our theme “Christmas Remembered” are the following:

International Award (best use of holiday lighting): Generation’s Salon2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards18

Judges Award (non-profit – best interpretation of theme): Greater Battle Creek Ice Hockey Association2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards4

Sweepstakes Award (commercial – best interpretation of theme): Binder Park Zoo2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards11

Grand Marshalls Award (best overall entry): Girl Scout Troop 80268 (Wattles Park)2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards14

President’s Award (most unique interpretation of the theme): Battle Creek Elks #1312014-11-OptimistParadeAwards19

Fantasy Award (best use of music & animation): Lakeview Ford2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards10

Spirit Award (most enthusiastic participation): Sunset Cruisers Car Club2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats15

Thad Harding Memorial (parade participation longevity): American Legion Post #542014-11-OptimistParadeAwards12

Band Participation: Pictured below are band directors accepting their participation plaques – in the following order: Pennfield High School, Harper Creek High School, Lakeview High School, Battle Creek High School and St. Phil High School2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards72014-11-OptimistParadeAwards132014-11-OptimistParadeAwards92014-11-OptimistParadeAwards202014-11-OptimistParadeAwards5

Our club appropriately selected as Grand Marshalls for this year’s parade Fred and Patty Meyer. They recently retired as long-time owners of Meyer’s Toy World; a local established that offered toys of all varieties to our community for all ages. The most appropriate youth Christmas toy could always be found at their store. They are pictured below on their float with their honorary plaque.2014-11-OptimistParadeAwards2

Pictured below is collection of colorful floats that were in this year’s parade:2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats1 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats3 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats4 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats5 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats6 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats7 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats8 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats9 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats10 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats11 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats12 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats13 2014-11-OptimistParadeFloats14

There were many holiday spirited participants of all ages in this year’s parade as you can tell by the following pictures: 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants1 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants2 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants3 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants4 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants5 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants6 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants7 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants8 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants9 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants10 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants11 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants12 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants13 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants14 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants15 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants16 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants17 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants18 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants19 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants20 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants21 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants22 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants23 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants24 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants25 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants26 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants27 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants28 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants29 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants30 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants31 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants32 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants33 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants34 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants35 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants36 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants37 2014-11-OptimistParadeParticipants38

Pictured below are a few of the Harper Creek Optimist Club members who volunteered their time on a chilly Saturday so our club could provide another successful event for the community: 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers1 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers2 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers3 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers4 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers5 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers6 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers7 2014-11-OptimistParadeMembers8

 

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Presented by
The Harper Creek Optimist Club 

Saturday, November 22, 2014  6:00PM
Downtown Battle Creek, Michigan

Our Club is proud to announce that Fred & Patty Meyer, long-time owners of the local Meyers Toy World, will serve as Grand Marshals for this years parade.

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DEADLINE IS OCTOBER  30, 2014

Please note: for the 26th year in a row local Access Vision will cover our parade from their usual location at 70 West Michigan Avenue. If you do not attend the event and wish to watch it live (or record it) you can view the parade coverage on Comcast 17 & 917 and on At&T U-verse channel 99.

 The Paraded will also be streamed live over the internet at www.accessvision.tv/acessvision-live.

The times and dates for all airings of the event are the following: Saturday, Nov 22 at 6:00 PM “live”; Saturday, Nov. 22 at 10:00 PM; Friday, Nov. 28 at 7:00 PM; Saturday, Nov. 29 at noon; Saturday, Dec. 13 at noon; Friday, Dec. 19 at 6:00 PM; Saturday, Dec. 20 at noon and Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 4:00 PM.

 

 

 

Christmas Parade 2013

On a cold and windy November 23rd evening our Optimist Club provided the Battle Creek community with a spectacular Holiday/Christmas Parade. Due to the weather the crowd was perhaps a little less than hoped for, but those in attendance witnessed a broad array of colorful lights, marching band music and a holiday spirit delivered by a multitude of colorful and animated floats.

This parade was originated as a club project by former and now deceased Harper Creek Optimist member Thad Harding in 1980. We started the event with one marching band and 10 floats and it has multiplied yearly. The community anticipates our event every year! Club member James Demarest has chaired the event the last number of years and this year our club purchased a web-based software program to facilitate the entry format and general organization of the event. Countless man-hours of parade organization were diminished and less paper hard copies actually saved our club money. Club member participation on the day of the event was extraordinaire. Our club presents this event free to spectators, plus even an entry fee is waivered for all parade participants; our club basically covers all the general expenses and man-hours. We’ve got this down to a science and are looking forward to providing the community with many future Holiday Parades.

Every year there are honorary awards/plaques issued to participants in the parade for various categories. All parade entries are judged by a panel of club members an hour before the parade kicks off. They are analyzed and the awards are issued to the winners just before they prepare for their parade voyage. This year’s winners in regards to our theme “Christmas Lights on Parade” are the following:

International Award (best use of holiday lighting): Learning Zone Preschool & Childcare

Judges Award (non-profit – best interpretation of theme): Pack 302

Sweepstakes Award (commercial – best interpretation of theme): Tiger’s Towing

Grand Marshalls Award (best overall entry): Lakeview Ford-Lincoln, Inc.

President’s Award (most unique interpretation of the theme): The Rock

Fantasy Award (best use of music & animation): Jaqua Realtors

Thad Harding Memorial (parade participation longevity): Pennfield Little League FB

Band Participation: Pennfield High School, Harper Creek High School, Lakeview High School, Battle Creek High School and Battle Creek Academy

Pictured below is Harper Creek Optimist Club President Dr. Craig Miller issuing the honorary plaque to the Grand Marshall of the Parade: Mike Katz.  He is accompanied for the event with his wife Robin. Congratulations Mike!2013-11-OptimistParadeMeKatz

The following is an array of photographs taken prior to the parade kick-off of participants (young and old), floats in preparation and freezing Optimist Club members who devoted their time to help make this a successful club project.2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry4 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry3 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry2 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry1 2013-11-OptimistParadeEisenMyersKatzBart 2013-11-OptimistParadeDuncanColes 2013-11-OptimistParadeBanner 2013-11-OptimistParadeAlMiller 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth9 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth8 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth7 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth6 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth5 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth4 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth3 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth2 2013-11-OptimistParadeYouth1 2013-11-OptimistParadeMe 2013-11-OptimistParadeGymer 2013-11-OptimistParadeGriffinKirland 2013-11-OptimistParadeGirlsOnTheRun 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry19 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry18 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry17 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry16 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry15 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry14 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry13 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry12 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry11 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry10 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry9 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry8 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry5 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry6 2013-11-OptimistParadeEntry7