MORE PHOTOS FROM THE 2005 WILI BOOM BOX PARADE, page 5

These photos taken by WILI's Robin Rice

 A carved wooden frog supervises Wayne Norman's float

The Willimantic Whitewater Partnership gang bringing Wayne's float to Main Street

 

 

 

 WILI's Dennis O'Brien (center) and  Susan Johnson (R)  carry the banner to start the parade

A huge gathering always watches the parade from the Town Hall lawn

 Scott Adams of North Windham and Adam Golden of Simsbury manned another float commemorating the Red Sox 2004 World Series victory.  Adams dedicated his float to Jean and George Adams, his deceased grandparents, who watched the Red Sox win the series from heaven. Adams and Golden had Babe Ruth's gravestone on a trailer, with Red Sox paraphernalia covering it --  by David Hinchey, Willimantic Chronicle

This entry from Franklin was complete with a vintage radio tuned to WILI, four antenna wires above, and a big horn speaker

The Frogest frogs in the parade (above) and at Memorial Park after the parade (below)

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