McClusky Grand Parade entries
The McClusky Midsummer Fest Grand Parade, and the Kiddie’s parade, were shorter than last year’s, but equal in quality and included dashes of talent, humor and a lot of hard work on floats.
The parade started at 10:30 a.m. and proceeded south down Main Street, moving past announcer Jeff Martwick at the corner of post office and the former Prairie Plants.
McClusky Color Guard: Terry Schindler, Vernon Lasher, Bryan Belile, and David Jorgenson.
Jerry Reiswig drove a jeep.
Myron Morris-VA Courtesy Van.
Jeep #1 Turtle Lake. George Gilfus, driver, and Jim Bratter.
1952 M-38 Willys. Served in US Army, Illinois Nat’l Guard, and Minnesota Emergency Svcs, now owned by Dennis Sundby.
Trailer from Turtle Lake, driver Palmer Schmidt.
City of McClusky float. Tom Giese, driver; Mayor Roberta Hunt, and Dorothy Estrada, council member.
1946 IH PU, Jeff and Terry Dick. Truck is originally from McClusky.
Northland Community Health Center, serving the communities of McClusky, Turtle Lake, Rolla, Rolette, Ray, Minot, Bowbells. Medical, dental and mental health. "Our journey to better health."
Red 4x4 truck: Jason Parsons, Samantha Mumbrun, Bob Parsons. Orange Pumper truck: Andrew Roubal and Baylee Parsons.
1967 Ford Mustang driven by Jacob Strobel in memory of his Uncle Lane Johnson.
Co-op Elevators of McClusky. Driven by Kody Faul; one of two sprayer operators staying busy protecting everyone’s crops.
Lee Pellman, running one of the Co-op Elevator sprayers.
Happy Birthday, Lose Yourself Massage. Three years old and still growing. "Thank you clients and community for the support through the past years. Let’s keep working them knots out!"