NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Fall Foliage Children's Parade on Friday evening attracted 72 participants in individual, group and float categories.
The parade stepped off from Monument Square, accompanied by police and the Drury High marching band, and ended at City Hall for awards presented by longtime organizer Kathy Keeser, Mayor Jennifer Macksey and 2022 Grand Marshals Leon and MaryAnn King.
? First place: "Asteroid Day, Awareness of Asteroids": Wyatt Reynolds, Carmelar Reynolds, Ellie Reynolds, Dean George, Randall Blackmer
? Second place" "The Crew of the Holiday's Revenge — Talk Like a Pirate Day": Henry Urban-Mangun, Penelope Shapiro-Van Dusen, Ksena Johnson, Annabelle Quinones, Sylvie Quinones, Oisin Fahey-Merrigan, Orla Fahey-Merrigan and the Sharks (goldendoodles: Gus and Agatha).
The organizers wish to thank to the Office of Tourism, North Adams Police, Fall Foliage Parade Committee, and the city of North Adams for supporting this annual event. Special thanks to Maddie from MCLA Center for Service, Ian and the crew of Williams College's Lehman Community engagement students, Norad Mill, David Moresi, Debbie Lipa and Makayla-Courtney McGeeney.
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