Photos: Oakfield Labor Day Parade 2015
Layla and Elizabeth, both 4 years old, dance to the music of the Old Hippies as their float passes by on Main Street in Oakfield during the community's annual Labor Day parade.
Remember Rocky? He's the dog whom authorities say was scaled by hot water. His owner surrendered ownership in court. He's living at the Animal Shelter still. He's one of several dogs Volunteers for Animals walked through the parade, all in need of adoption. Rocky is a sweet, loving canine. Hopefully, he finds a new forever home soon.
Willie Brooks, center with sash, was the Grand Marshall. Brooks is a former county legislator and longtime volunteer and leader in the Oakfield community.
The start of the parade, which tradition preserved as Sheriff Gary Maha leads the way.
Vietnam Veterans of America Color Guard.
The longest line yet of classic cars in the parade.
Legislator Ray Cianfrini tosses candy from the GOP float.
Oakfield-Alabama Hornets football team.
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Glad they at least still have the parade still on Main Street. Since they moved Labor Daze down to the park, however, I haven't been. It's just too much walking around on uneven ground down there for me. I'm old.
Thanks for getting a good photo of my kids carrying the Alexander Fire Department banner.