Port Orford's Fourth of July Jubilee Days Celebration 2001
The festivities began with a fly-over by a couple of F16 fighter jets (sorry no pics). The road was closed to thru traffic, then a couple of police car sirens started wailing as the procession moved south down Highway 101 (photos below).
The American Legion float lead the parade entries. This year World War II veterans were honored. The last photo shows a flat-bed trailer with local politicians and dignitaries on board.
Most of the parade entries tossed candies for the kids (first two photos below).
Our friends at Cedar Grove Farm looked sharp in their old-time costumes.
Next is the llama ranchers with some of their animals. The last image shows the assisted living entry.
The Jubilee Queen and her Court are shown in the first photo below. The next two images feature spectator shots.
Below are a few Custom Car entries.
Below are a few of the float entries.
The Hillah Temple Clowns were here too (photos below).
The photos below show some of the Volunteer Fire Department entries.
Logging, Trucking, Construction, and State Fire equipment were on parade.
Port Orford's friendly Harley Riders are featured below.
Parade music was provided by the Jensen Family Band (first photo below). After the parade, the band played at Driftwood Elementary School (last two images below).