Great day for a parade

Suring Labor Day Celebration brings thousands to the village

Warren Bluhm,

This Fairest of the Fair is a real farm girl: Senior Fairest Danielle Paschke drives the Allis Chalmers tractor towing Junior Fairest Delaney DeBauch. (Times Herald photo by Warren Bluhm)

For the 88th year, Suring played host to its annual Labor Day Parade, the culmination of a four-day celebration that brought thousands of people into the village.

The spectacle proceeded down Main Street for more than an hour, providing entertainment and hometown charm for all ages.

The Pulaski and Suring high school bands, area fire and rescue units, businesses and nonprofits marched through downtown Suring.

Grand marshals Allen and Gloria Dickson were honored at Veterans Memorial Park after the parade after a performance by the Pulaski High School Band.

Parade organizers posted hundreds of photos from the parade and other weekend activities at the Suring Labor Day Celebration page on Facebook @SuringLaborDay.