Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


July 12, 2014

Fair Board: 2014 parade to be best ever

GREENSBURG – This year’s Decatur County 4-H Fair Parade promises to be the best of all, according to Fair Board personnel.

The highly anticipated annual event leaves Ireland Street at 4 p.m., Sunday, marching down Park Road to the fairgrounds grandstands. Participants are to begin lining up at 2 p.m., with judging taking place between 3 and 3:30 p.m.

This year’s theme is “100 Years of Extension on Parade.”

The line-up for this year’s iteration is as follows:

On Ireland Street, at Park Road:

1) American Legion and V.A. Color Guard

2) Decatur County Sheriff’s Department

3) Greensburg Police Department

4) Greensburg Fire Department

5) Greensburg Mayor Gary Herbert

6) Decatur County Fair Board President Mike Cuskaden

7) Decatur County Fair Board Vice President Bart Metz

8) 4-H King and Queen

9) 4-H Court

10) 4-H Sheep Queen

On Ireland Street, between Thomas and Bryant Streets:

11) Miss Decatur County Katie Bennett

12) Miss Decatur County Court

13) Miss Tree City and Court

14) Little Mr. and Little Miss Court

15) Live Power 4-H Club

16) Purdue Tractor and Wagon by Phillip Scholl

On Ireland Street, between Bryant and Scoby Streets

16) St. Mary’s Church Bus

17) WTRE

18) Elliot’s Insurance

19) Youth Baseball Rookie League Blue Jays

20) State Rep. Randy Frye

21) First Christian Church float

On Ireland Street, between Scoby and Wilson Street

22) Greg Allen for Sheriff

23) Chris Tebbe for Prosecutor

24) Decatur County Democratic Party

25) Red Brick Preschool

26) Greensburg Youth Football

27) Enhanced Telecommunications

28) Decatur County Community Action Coalition

On Ireland Street, between Wilson and Forsythe Streets

29) WRBI

30) Greensburg Junior High School Cheerleaders

31) Lincoln Realty, Inc.

32) Decatur County Youth Soccer

33) North Decatur Varsity and J.V. Cheerleaders

34) Fluid Beauty Salon

35) Good Old Boyz

On Ireland Street, between Forsythe and McKee Streets:

36) Steve Snyder for Sheriff

37) Decatur County Republicans

38) The Kids Shop

39) Lighthouse Baptist Church

40) Kassady Jacobs

On Forsythe Street:

41) Milford Freewill Baptist Church

42) Jimmy John’s

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