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Greensboro’s Funky Fourth

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The Vermont National Guard band from Colchester provided parading music as it marched up Wilson Street in Greensboro’s Funky Fourth parade.
In the lead vehicle – a 1929 Pierce Arrow – in Greensboro’s Funky Fourth parade are (left to right) Clive Gray, Ethan Gray, Orleans County Senator Bobby Starr, Queen Janet Long, and King George Young.
Bread and Puppet Marching Band in Greensboro’s Funky Fourth parade.
Clay Simpson’s 1928 Ford Model A Convertible in Greensboro’s Funky Fourth parade. Clay parked on a hill in case he had to jump-start the car.
Anna Kehler and Alison Gardner seeking signatures on their petitions in opposition to Wake Boats on Caspian Lake.
David Brahinsky and his wife Naomi as he entertains with his voice and guitar after the Funky Fourth parade.
Greensboro Walking Ladies, who step out for an hour’s walk three times a week before enjoying “Muffins” and discussing Town issues.
Queen for a Day Janet Long bidding on a pie offered by Auctioneer Tim Nisbet while Vanna White (Kelly Robinson) observes.
Karl Stein, Hardwick EMS, giving thumbs-up in Hardwick Rescue Ambulance during Greensboro Funky Fourth parade.
Leslie Michaud and Kim Greaves (Greensboro Town Clerk) hand out free picnic supplies offered by the Town of Greensboro in place of very expensive fireworks.
Katherine Sims, State Representative (Orleans 4), with sons Wiatt and Haydon, enjoying a snack after appearing in the Funky Fourth Parade.
Tim Nisbet as Uncle Sam, on stilts, as he prepares to lead Greensboro’s Funky Fourth parade while advertising the pie auction for which he’ll be auctioneer.
Molly Larrabee and Beth Belote on horses ridden in Greensboro Funky Fourth parade.
Orleans County Sheriff Department Officers Hinton (left) and Visan (right) stroll the midway after helping with traffic and crowd control at Greensboro’s Funky Fourth parade.
Stew Arnold, Caspian Lake Quality Monitor (far left, in boat) with his loon on top of the car, to emphasize the importance of preserving Caspian Lake water quality.
Three generations of Smiths (left to right) David and Willie of Greensboro, Granddaughter Kiya holding a freshly-purchased pie, and son Alex visiting from Japan.
David Kelley was outbid on his wife’s pie at Greensboro’s Funky Fourth pie auction (that he helped organize), and he suffered the consequences, while Cameron Dales looked on.
Kelly Robinson holding up a special spaghetti pie being offered at Greensboro’s Funky Fourth pie auction that raised over $4,400 for three local charitable organizations thanks to generous bidders.

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