|The loudspeaker system was set up in front of Smith Maple|
|You can see one section of the crowds here in front of the Shrewsbury Church.|
|That's Ann Vanneman marching for the Historical Society|
on the right.
|Next came our Veterans. That's Gerry Martin in the middle.|
|The local farms were represented by a wonderful Cornocopia|
float and pulled by, of course, a John Deere Tractor.
|Many of our farmers were represented on board.|
|Most everyone was there from the Shrewsbury Elementary|
|The kids carried their animal sculptures.|
|Alana and Lavinia represented Pierce's Store,|
established in 1865!
|The Shrewsbury Bocce Club featured a working Bocce court.|
|The Shriners retinue included a drum corps and...|
|a CAMEL. The kids loved this float!!|
|Next was our award-winning Volunteer Fire Department.|
|Along with a variety of fire engines, came this vintage|
winter "passenger van"
|Michael Wells sported a top hat.|
|Heather is joined by 4 students from her 2019 Cooking Class: Sharon, Linda, Carol and Jo|
|All the kids stood in line for the face painting|
|There were games of all kinds|
|Here's a view from the back of the church|
|Picnic tables provided space for the great BBQ|
|There was a big line to get lunch|
|Inside the Town meeting room were local artisans displaying|
their wares. Here are Chryl and Gerry with their wooden bowls
with Jolly looking on.
|Meg Mellor spun wool for a rapt group of kids.|
|The Shrewsbury Singers performed as well.|
|And then the band continued playing all afternoon.|