Well, it was once again another fabulous parade in Madison. The veterans, our high school kids, Paco the police dog, the zombies from the Madison Arts Barn. Madison truly has it all.
Thanks to the Madison Exchange Club and Mike Catalano, Parade Chairman, for their work on the parade. And they do more than put on parades. Here's some information about the group:
The is an all volunteer civic club of dedicated men and women working together to make our Connecticut shoreline a better place to live and to prevent child abuse. We organize and fully fund the Madison Independence Day Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt at the Surf Club, numerous youth awards such as Youth of the Month/Year & A.C.E., the Freedom Shrines, Child Abuse Prevention Centers and many other community services.
Got this message on Twitter from Karen: @MadisonCTPatch "Lets not forget to Thank the Police Officers who also have to go to work on this holiday so everyone is safe at the parade."
Yes! Thanks to the Madison police, Madison Police Chief Jack Drumm and the town's Fire Marshal Samuel E. DeBurra, Jr, the members of Madison Hose Co. No. 1, the members of the North Madison Volunteer Fire Co., town employees and others who are working today to keep us safe while we celebrate.
Looking forward to the fireworks tonight. Thanks to the who made them possible!
When it comes to having fun, I want to see what you're up to! You are welcome to share your parade, fireworks, cookout, party, hiking photos. Whether it's the beach, the next-dor-neighbor's house, or your own backyard, let's see it! Thanks to Brian and Ellen, who uploaded photos already! Love 'em!
Hope you had a happy and safe day!