Star-Spangled Celebration
2007 Mohawk Valley Independence Day
Schedule
Grand Marshall
Day In The Park
Community Appreciation Award
2009 Parade
Sponsors
You Could Be A Winner
Special Thanks
Entry Forms

GET READY FOR THE 2009 MOHAWK VALLEY INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION honoring freedom with the theme “FAMILY TIME IN 2009.” Plan ahead for this family friendly event by marking your calendar for the yearly hometown celebration that only Graeagle can offer. From family friendly street dancing and barbecue in Blairsden, an aerial fireworks display over Graeagle Mill Pond, and the spectacular MVID Parade/Day in the Park events, Graeagle is the place to be on Fourth of July weekend.

Stay tuned to this page since we will be making updates along the way as we approach this years events.

THIS YEARS FIREWORKS WILL BE ON FRIDAY NIGHT!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
FRIDAY JULY 3rd
4:00 – 9:00 PM PRE–FIREWORKS (Graeagle Mill Pond) Food & Refreshments (Calpine Elks) Cotton Candy (Lady Elks)
8:00 PM CIVIL WAR BATTLE AT DUSK   Comstock Civil War Reenactors
(Graeagle Field)
7:00 – 10:00 PM CIVIL WAR CAMP OPEN FOR FAMILY GROUPS Families and groups encouraged to enjoy the Fireworks show from the Civil War Camp. Food & Refreshments Available (Graeagle Field)
6:00 – 9:00 PM MUSIC AT THE MILL POND Featuring The Gary Richards Project (Mill Pond)
ABOUT DUSK
9:30 PM
AERIAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY Rick Proschold (Graeagle Mill Pond)
SATURDAY JULY 4th
10:00 AM CIVIL WAR ELECTIONS Should Blue Ridge Crossing go Confederate or Union? Public invited. Vote at 10:30 am or 2:30 pm. Civil War Civilian Camp. (Graeagle Field)
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM BALLOON RIDES OVER THE MILL POND High Sierra Balloon Company.
11:00AM & 3:00 PM CIVIL WAR BATTLES   Comstock Civil War Reenactors (Graeagle Field) Camp open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
6:00 – 11:00 PM BLAIRSDEN BARBEQUE Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Corn dogs, Taco Salad, & Drinks (Graeagle Lions Club) Snow Cones (Portola Kids Inc.)
7:00 – 11:00 PM BLAIRSDEN STREET DANCE Music By: 5 Hi.
(Sponsored by the Blairsden Merchants)
8:00 – 9:00 PM CIVIL WAR PERIOD DANCE (Blairsden Street Dance)
Live music with a caller - Period clothing optional.
SUNDAY JULY 5th
8:00 – 11:00 AM FIRE DEPARTMENT'S PANCAKE BREAKFAST (Graeagle Fire Hall)
9:00 AM CHURCH SERVICES at the Civil War Camps (Graeagle Field) - Public Invited.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM BALLOON RIDES OVER THE MILL POND High Sierra Balloon Company.
10:30 AM CIVIL WAR ELECTIONS Should Blue Ridge Crossing go Confederate or Union? Public invited. Civil War Civilian Camp. (Graeagle Field)
11:00 AM CIVIL WAR BATTLE
Comstock Civil War Reenactors (Graeagle Field) Camp open 10:00 am.
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM OLD-FASHIONED DAY IN THE PARK, BBQ, Snacks, Refreshments, Games, Music (Graeagle Park)
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM BLUE GRASS Music by Nevada Rain (Graeagle Park)
1:00 – 2:00 PM 37th ANNUAL PARADE DOWNTOWN GRAEAGLE
(click here to download parade entry forms)
AFTER PARADE BAND CONCERT Music by Ophir Prison Band (Graeagle Park)
Sponsored by Graeagle Property Owners Association
AFTER CONCERT BLUE GRASS Music by Nevada Rain (Graeagle Park)
 

GRAND MARSHALL

Don & Nancy ClarkDon and Nancy Clark
Don and Nancy have been full time Graeagle residents since 1990. Don was born and raised in Nevada, first coming to Graeagle in the 1950s to vacation with his family. Nancy is a native Californian, born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1994 Don and Nancy purchased the Graeagle Gift Shop and operated it until 2002. In 1996 Don was appointed to County Supervisor and won reelection in 1998. In 2002 they decided to "re-retire", Don completed his term in office and they sold the shop. Since moving to Graeagle both have been active volunteers in the schools and community. Don is past president of the Purple Pride Boosters Club and has served as chairman of the Mohawk Valley Independence Day Committee for the past fifteen years. Since 2003 he has served on the Graeagle Fire Protection District Board of Directors. He is an avid golfer and has been active in both the Plumas Pines and Graeagle Meadows Mens Clubs. Don won both club championships in 1995.

Nancy volunteered in the schools when first moving to Graeagle and is past president of the School Site Committee. She also held various offices, including president, of the Plumas County Republican Women, Federated. As a cancer survivor, Nancy's passion for the last ten years has been volunteering for the American Cancer Society. She has been a team captain, committee chairperson and event chairperson for the Plumas County Relay For Life. She is also a Legislative Ambassador for the American Cancer Society and has traveled to Sacramento and Washington D.C. to meet with legislators regarding cancer and health issues and funding.

Don and Nancy are greatful to live in an area as beautiful as Plumas County and are happy to be able to give back to their community through their volunteer efforts.

 

COMMUNITY APPRECIATION AWARD

Intermountain Disposal
Intermountain Disposal is a family owned and operated Solid Waste Collection and Recycling
Company based in Portola California. Since 1949, Intermountain Disposal has provided their customers with a full range of solid waste collection, recycling and environmental solutions.

Always striving to make a difference, they believe in going the extra mile for the communities they serve. That means working hard for the customers they service and finding all the answers to their solid waste, recycling, and environmental questions. 

They also take great pride in contributing back to the communities they serve with either monetary donations or complimentary containers for special events. Ricky, Candy, Richard and Tanya Ross and their employees demonstrate this service  each year at this celebration working  to assure a safe and happy Fourth of July for visitors and residents.

 

 
   

DAY IN THE PARK FESTIVITIES
Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM

 

Watermelon & Water
C Roy Carmichael School

Dunk Tank
Soroptimist Youth Group

Bounce House
 4-H Club

Guitar Hero - PA & Sound - Pete Rhode

Baby Pools
 Las Plumas 4-H

Ice Coffee & Lemonade
Cornerstone Ministries

Jamba Juice
Graeagle Church Youth Group

Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Chips & Pop
Purple Pride Booster Club

Beer
“C” Road Fire Department

Soft Drinks, Popcorn & Water
Feather River Jazz Society

 

 

Temporary Tattoos
Soroptimist International of Portola

Rock Climbing - Mobile Rock of Auburn
Portola High School Cheerleaders

Spin the Wheel
Portola RR Days Association 

Event Buttons - MVID Committee

Kids Rides on IONDOR – Chris David

T-Shirts, CD’s & Calendars
Nevada Society of Scottish Clans
Plumas Sierra Chapter

Margaritas - Plumas Eureka Fire Department

Strength Test-Machine
Plumas Eureka Fire Department

Trinkets - Project Santa Claus

 

2009 PARADE

 

Parade Announcer - John Williamson

Plumas County Sheriff
Terry Bergstrand

American Legion Color Guard
Marching Unit
Mighty Mountaineers Post 329

Mohawk Valley Banner

Uncle Sam
 Russ Bowring

2009 Grand Marshals
Don & Nancy Clark
Riding in
Phillip Bresciani’s
1931 Model A Ford Roadster

McQueen High School Marching Band Reno
Rick Moffit Director
Sponsored by Plumas Pines Golf Resort
& Longboards Bar and Grill

Dan Logue
Assemblyman

 Tom McClintock
U.S. Congress

1928 Dodge Victory Six
Jim Oster

1929 Model “A” Ford
John Ball

2004 Freightliner Fire Truck
Graeagle Fire Protection District

Jeep Towing Fishing Boat
Driven by Thomas Fregulia

1959 Ford Custom 300
Vito Cantacessi

Fire Engine #9122
Plumas Eureka Fire & Rescue Dist

President & Past President
In A 1950 Willy’s Jeepster
Calpine Lady Elks

Ophir Prison Band
Rufus T. Wizbang Director
Sponsored by Graeagle Property Owners Association

Float - Graeagle Preschool

Weible Family
Quad With Decorated Trailer

Novelty Van - Larry Pizorno

Ambulance - Eastern Plumas Health Care

Clown - Tom DeMund

 

Sierra Cascade Street Rodders

Golf Cart - Mike & Vicky Sady

Antique Cars
Rotary Club of Portola

Float - High Sierra Animal Rescue

Reno High School Huskies Band
Director - Cody Forcier 

Ford Expedition Pulling Trailer
Hix Family Cabin 

Smokey Bear & Firefighters
US Forest Service

Britton Memorial Bicycle Brigade
Sponsored by Movin’ West RV Park

Firefighters Pipe Band
Reno District Marching Unit

Nevada Society of Scottish Clans

Golf Carts, Rangers & Scooters
Eagle Ridge RV Park

Lawn-Chair Brigade
Graeagle Tennis Club

Float - Plumas Eureka State Park Association

Chris David Riding Iondor
Iron Door Restaurant

Comstock Civil War Re-enactors
CA Consolidated Fife & Drum,
CA Historical Artillery Society

Fire Engine/Pumper
Portola Fire Department

Tanker Truck
Long Valley Volunteer FD

Stagecoach - Joy Engineering

Hitch Wagon - Joy Engineering

Conestoga Wagon - Joy Engineering

VisaVe Carriage
Joy Engineering

Hurst - Joy Engineering

Doc Mitchell + Miss Kitty
Mark Mitchell

Equestrian - Graeagle Stables

California Highway Patrol

 

SPONSORS

Our sincere thanks to all who help sponsor this event through your generous donations. Without your support these Independence Day events would not be possible. Fund raising, it seems, is the most challenging aspect of any organized event.  It is very gratifying when so many community members, organizations, businesses, property owners, and individuals demonstrate their unified support.  It shows you care about the quality of life and the future of your community.

If you haven't donated to this year's event, please use the following DONATION FORMS below to make a contribution.

Parade Forms
Click Here for Business
Parade Forms
Click Here for Individual
(Note: Forms are in PDF format. If you need another format,
click here to send an email to the Webmaster.)

We wish also to thank those of you who support the MVID events through participation in the various fund-raising events.

 

ORGANIZATION SPONSORS
Blairsden Merchant Association (Blairsden)
Calpine Elks (Graeagle)
Calpine Lady Elks (Graeagle)
Feather River Dixieland Jazz Society (Graeagle )
Gold Mountain Homeowners Association (Clio)
Graeagle Community Services District (Graeagle)
Graeagle Lions (Blairsden)
Graeagle Merchants Association (Graeagle)
Graeagle Property Owners' Association (Graeagle)
Plumas Eureka CSD Auxiliary (Blairsden)
Plumas Eureka Estates
Homeowners Assn. (Blairsden)
Plumas Eureka Villas HOA #7 (Blairsden)
Plumas Pines Master Association (Blairsden)
Valley Ranch Homeowners Association (Clio)

 

BUSINESS SPONSORS
Absolute Fitness & Health (Clio) Nels Johnson Company (Graeagle)
Alpine Home Inspection (Clio) Juice Plus (Clio)
Bakemark Food Service Kehoe Pharmacy (Portola)
Ken Barnard & Associates (Quincy) Duane C. Kitchens & Sons Construction Co. (Santa Rosa)
Michael W. Barton, D.D.S. (Graeagle) Knotty Pine Tavern (Graeagle)
Jack Bridge Associates (Graeagle) Know DeFeet Publishing Company (Graeagle)
California Moving Systems (Jack Higdon)(Sacramento) Lambert & Lambert Insurance Services (Portola)
Clio Art Glass Design (Clio) Little Bear RV Park (Blairsden)
Clio's Rivers Edge RV Park (Clio) Litz Construction Company (Portola)
Connie's Place (Portola) Lodge at Whitehawk (Clio)
Eastern Plumas Health Care (Portola) Mountain Hardware & Sports, Inc. (Blairsden)
Elwell Lakes Lodge (Blairsden) Mountain Cuisine (Blairsden)
Feather Oaks Tax Service (Portola) Nervino Aero Service (Beckwourth)
Feathers (Graeagle) Queen Bee Boutique (Graeagle)
Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance Agency, Inc.(Quincy) Quincy Drug Store (Quincy)
Graeagle Florist & Mercantile (Graeagle) Red House Art (Graeagle)
Graeagle Golf Center (Graeagle) Ron's Tow Service & Jones Precision Key & Lock (Portola)
Graeagle Land & Water Company (Graeagle) Sardine Lake Resort (Sierra City)
Graeagle Lighting Company (Graeagle) Sierra Massage (Portola)
Graeagle Mill Works (Graeagle) Skills 4 Living Therapy (Clio)
Graeagle Store (Graeagle) Sysco Food Service
Gray Eagle Lodge (Graeagle) Tibbedeaux Surveying (Portola)
Grizzly Grill (Blairsden) Wave Broadband (Portola)
Hammerhead Construction (Clio) Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club (Clio)
Intermountain Disposal, Inc. (Portola) Wild Hare Sign Company (Quincy)

 

INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS
Bill & Carolyn Adams(San Mateo) Dave & Jeannine Funk(Reno) Jeanette M. O'Sullivan(Lafayette)
Gary & Patricia Adams(Brisbane) Michael & Kristin Galvin(Portola Valley) A. Thomas Ovenshine(Palo Alto)
Mark & Katie Agnew(Novato) June Garner(Graeagle) Mrs. Lucille Owens(Walnut Creek)
Shirley Agnos(Sun City West) Bob & Caryl Gass(Cromberg) Walt & Flora Parsons(Graeagle)
Frances Alberghini(Blairsden) Joni Gerbasi(Blairsden) Laurel Payne(Graeagle)
Kathleen J. Alcayaga(Cromberg) Dan & Debbie Gerbatz(Reno) Tom & Nancy Pelich(Aptos)
Les & Gloria Amundsen(Santa Rosa) Geoff & Laura Gibson(San Jose) Carl & Jan Peters(Graeagle)
Bruce Anderson(Folsom) Albert & Carrie Gozzelino(Salinas) Carol Peterson(Martinez)
Eric J. Anderson(Reno) Jean Graham(Alameda) Sam & Susan Pettinato(Clio)
Joel Patterson(Redwood City) Mr. & Mrs. W. U. Gray(Reno) Armond & Winnie Phillips(Napa)
Patti Hansen(Castro Valley) Clark & Pat Gribben(Reno) Dee Ann Radcliffe & Rob Judd(Graeagle)
Patricia Witman(El Cerrito) Doris Guerrant(Graeagle) Diane Rosene(Reno)
Iris & Joe Anxo(Reno) Jean & Bob Haaf(Clio) Clarence & Carol Rail(Blairsden)
Gail Arterburn(Graeagle) Michael & Rochelle Hall(Clarksburg) Norman Reger(Petaluma)
Hal & Cheryl Babb(Graeagle) Bryan & Martha Hansen(Graeagle) Jill Reid(Graeagle)
Kathleen Backman(Graeagle) June Haring(Orinda) Larry T. Reid(Rocklin)
Jim & Karen Bailey(Clio) Richard Hart(Blairsden) Leo & Janet Reihsen(Clio)
Carol & Thomas Baker(San Francisco) Ken Hattich(Blairsden) Beverly & Jim Reynolds(Graeagle)
Cathy Bardet(Rocklin) Tom & Dawn Hayes(Clio) Don & Patti Richter(Reno)
Michele & Woody Barry(Reno) Emmy Heikkinen(Mountain View) Dink & Dave Rife(Graeagle)
Art & Nancy Bartlett(Blairsden) Don & Marge Heinitz(Graeagle) Stephanie Miles(Carson City)
Jack Batchelder(Graeagle) Ross & Kay Henry(Graeagle) Don & Doris Rodrigo(Novato)
Fred & Judy Bechtold(Graeagle) John & Lyndia Heward(Reno) Alan & Janet Ross(Reno)
Vance & Marilyn Bell(Reno) Hunt & Janet Holladay(Costa Mesa) Charlie & Pam Ross(Tempe)
Ted & Nancy Berndt(Reno) Donna & Chuck Hood(Reno) Jeff & Melanie Ryan(Santa Rosa)
Michele Berney(Fallon) Carole Horan(Reno) Mike & Mary Anne Sala(Reno)
Jean & Jim Binns(Blairsden) Ed Horan(Reno) Dave & Patty Sawyer(Reno)
Doyle & Mary Blaylock(Graeagle) Ruthan Hudson(Blairsden) Melinda Thompson(San Anselmo)
Jim & Jean Bonander(Tiburon) Joe & Karen Hume(Reno) Jim & Norma Schonbeck(Graeagle)
Russ & Rory Bowring(Blairsden) Jane Iden(Graeagle) Bill & Sue Seelig(Campbell)
Mel & Lorraine Brooks(Vallejo) Gary & Lynn Imm(Petaluma) Tom & Kay Seeliger(Reno)
Chris & Rick Bugna(Blairsden) Joe & Molly Isaia(Reno) Bob & Marcie Sheehy(Graeagle)
Bonnie Bullinger(Fullerton) Don & Evelyn Jansen(Roseville) Richard Short(Alamo)
Hal & Nancy Caldwell(Graeagle) Linda Ann Johnson(Portola) Craig & Sandy Simmons(Clio)
Mike & Wendy Callaghan(Portola) Al & Sharon Jones(Bethel Island) Michele Skupic(Granite Bay)
Mike & Kathy Campbell(Graeagle) Jim & Linda Jones(Portola Valley) Larry (St. Helena)
Vito & Ginger Cantacessi(Reno) Richard & Jacqueline Jones(Auburn) Alene Sobrero(Graeagle)
Andra & Jack Carter(Reno) A. Keiscome(Graeagle) Warren & Gerry Sonnenburg(Lincoln)
Johnna Cashill(Reno) Bill Kennedy & Kathy Roth(Clio) Phil Soto(Sacramento)
Dudley & Marlene Cate(Reno) Marge & John Kerr(Reno) Elaine Sparling(Campbell)
Debby & Joey Chait(Menlo Park) Don & Shirley Kienlen(Graeagle) By & Jen Sprenger(Reno)
Dick Chapman(Graeagle) Mary Kliejunas(Blairsden) Bill & Heather Starmer(Graeagle)
Carl & Margaret Chavez(Graeagle) Don & Terri Kracaw(Winnemucca) Bob & Denise Stein(Clio)
Pilo Chavez(Kingsburg) Donna & Steve Lage(Reno) Bob Stickel(Knights Landing)
Marje Chubb(Graeagle) Lucille Landa(Reno) Brian & Joan Stockinger(Martinez)
Don & Nancy Clark(Graeagle) Betty Lane(Folsom) Del Stockman(Graeagle)
Curt & Margie Clarkson(Graeagle) Edward M. Lang(Newcastle) Judy Story(Graeagle)
Robert C. Clift(Reno) Judy La Tour(Graeagle) Melvena Sullivan(Reno)
Ty & Suellen Cobb(Reno) Colby & Lisa Laughlin(Reno) Bill & Helen Sullivant(Pleasanton)
Ken & Joan Cole(Moraga) Bob & Chris Laxague(Reno) Robert & Carol Surryhne(Antelope)
George Conroy(Graeagle) Bill & Doris Leonesio(Reno) Pat Symons(Clio)
Bob & Vonnie Cook(Sparks) Sandra Long(Graeagle) Jim & Jan Talbott(Reno)
Georgene & Roger Cooper(Carmichael) Judy & John Lullo(Clio) Pat & Bruce Teigen(Monterey)
Brenda Correll(Graeagle) Ed & Kay Martinez(Virginia City) Norma Teldeschi(Blairsden)
Jerry & Mary Ann Crowe(Clio) William B. Mayer(Blairsden) Kathy Tesdall(Napa)
Pam & Charlie Cummings(Coto De Caza) Mac McBride(Graeagle) Beverley Thielen(Cromberg)
David DeBoer(Graeagle) Joe & Ellie McCarron(Yuba City) Sally Thomas(Portola)
Paul & Margy DelCarlo(Reno) Richard & Judy McGrath(Millbrae) Geron & Marilyn Thornquist(Graeagle)
Frank & Arlene Dellari(Blairsden) Bill & Mary McInerney(Oakland) Barbara & Gerry Tomac(Reno)
Pete & Joyce Dryer(Twain) Ron & Marylou McNay(Graeagle) Diane Trainor(Blairsden)
Ron & Carl Eaton(Graeagle) Andrew Meyers(Sacramento) Clinton & Carol Tripp(Graeagle)
Dr. Joseph Eberle(Reno) William J. Michaelis(Pacifica) Jacklyn & Byron Van Metre(Auburn)
Irvina G. Echols(Graeagle) Robert D. Mills(Berkeley) Duane Vander Veen(Graeagle)
Mike & Becky Egan(Walnut Creek) Don Moller(Walnut Creek) L. Curtis Vann(Highland)
Roger & Joyce Erickson(Reno) Craig Montgomery(Blairsden) Alex & Jeri Vereschagin(Orland)
Bob & DeAnn Fabri(Reno) Bob & Sharon Mosel(Clio) Lyndon & Linda Wheeler(Blairsden)
Mr. & Mrs. Chuck Fisher(Graeagle) Steve & Sharon Munsen(Graeagle) Wanda Wideriksen(Graeagle)
Pat & Larry Fites(Graeagle) Barbara Myers(San Rafael) Marilyn Wiemeyer(Blairsden)
Barbara A. Flannery(Hillsborough) Jim & Shirley Nakasuji(Cupertino) Mary Ann Williams(Reno)
Ona Flowers(Sparks) Anne Nash(Penryn) Bill & Barbra Wood(Menlo Park)
George & Karen Fraser(Rocklin) Pat & Norman Nichols(Graeagle) Fran & Caroline Yetso(Nipomo)
Peter & Jenine Fraser(Clio) Diane Niford(Clio) Ron & Jennifer Zumbro(Graeagle)
Tom & Nancy Fregulia(Graeagle) Bob & Beth Nunn(Graeagle) Jack & Jan Zygner(Clio)
Dan & Kathleen Friedman(Clio) Doris Olsen(Blairsden)  

 

As we had to go to press, we were unable to list donations received after June 22, 2009

 

 

 

YOU COULD BE A WINNER

2009 button

MVID BUTTON

Have you purchased your MVID button? The buttons are available for $2 at many Graeagle and Blairsden shops. There is a number on the back of each one and if your number is called, you win! The winning numbers will be called Sunday at the green.

The winning numbers will be posted at the Graeagle store, the Millworks Restaurant, the Mohawk Tavern, Gumbas Restaurant, the community bulletin board at Graeagle Park, and on this web page.

2009 Winning Raffle Numbers
Take your winning button to the corresponding merchant on the list below to claim your prize.
#602 The Mill Works #522 Graeagle Florist & Mercantile #211 Graeagle Restaurant
#24 The Briar Patch #707 Graeagle Outpost #831 Village Baker
#62 Eco Centric #93 The Graeagle Store #458 Knotty Pine Tavern
#177 Feathers #915 Mohawk Tavern    

 

 

 

SPECIAL THANKS

An extra thank you should be given to Harvey and Dan West for their support, and for providing personnel for the setup & cleanup of numerous activities. This event would not be possible without the West’s offering the use of the Mill Pond area for the aerial fireworks display, and the Green for the Park Festivities.

Special recognition also goes to Ricky & Candy Ross of Intermountain Disposal for their yearly contribution to the overall success of our festivities

MORE SPECIAL THANKS

To the following MVID Committee members and organizations without whose help this event would not have been possible.

Event Chairman - Don Clark
Event Co-Chairman - Patty & Mike Clawson
Eastern Plumas C of C – Betty Heck, Pat Symons & Linda Johnson
Graeagle Merchants & Fund Raising – Debra McCall, Tim Kurdupski & Joyce Sears
Parade Entries & Civil War – Bob Phelps
Parade Announcer - John Williamson
Day In The Park – Doris Olsen, Don Schlueter
Permits & GFPD Rep – Judy Bechtold
Fund Raising – Richard Hart & Annie Fischer
Printing & Dash Plates - Sierra Promotions - Denise Morganroth & John Steffanic
Railroad Bridge Poster - Wild Hair Signs
BBQ in Park - Bob Caskie, Rich Carmichael & Jim Babbitt
Blairsden Street Dance - Bill McComb,
Chris David & Dick  Beaver
Gold Ridge, Buttons, Poster & Web Site – Mike Clawson, Big Fish Creations
Community Appreciation Award - Dink Rife
Parade – John & Marian Sciborski &  John & Tom Vercelli
Parade Registration – John & Marian Sciborski
Program – Mike Clawson & Walt Parsons
C-Road – Ed Harrison
Graeagle Property Owners  Association– Marcie Sheehy
Plumas Eureka Estates Homeowners– Doris Olsen
Gold Mountain – Mike Callaghan
Valley Ranch - Bob Hansen
Lion’s Club & Concert Assist – Don Schlueter
Bank of America
Elks Club - Dave Story Sr.
Golf Carts - Feather River Park Resort
Graeagle Land and Water
Intermountain Disposal – Ricky & Candy Ross
Plumas Sierra-Rural Electric Cooperative – Sharon Schwilling & Lori Rice
Civil War Reenactment - Pete & Joyce Dryer
Cal Trans
California Highway Patrol
Plumas County Road Department
Plumas County Sheriff’s Department
Plumas Sanitation – Lance Wehrman
Circle W Feed – Portola

 

2009 PARADE ENTRY FORMS

Parade Forms
Click Here


(Note: Forms are in PDF format. If you need another format,
click here to send an email to the Webmaster.)

 

 

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