Leading the parade was this Johnsburg squad car.
A Johnsburg Police Car signaled the start of the Saufen und Spiel Parade.
The Sheriff’s Department was represented by a squad car, too.
A Sheriff’s car came next.
The colors were borne in a truck driven by a member of the Polish American Legion Post 188.
Polish American Legion Post 188 provided the colors for the Johnsburg Parade.
Most people stood in respect to the American Flag.
Most of the fire engines were from the McHenry Township Fire Protection District.
Next came the original Johnsburg Rescue Squad vehicle following by lots of fire engines.
Grand Marshals of the 2016 Johnsburg Parade were Wayne Hiller, Bill Oeffling, Tom Oeffling, Scott Valenin, Jeff Meyers, Harry Man, Joe Majercik, Brain Jonas, ? Wakitsch and ? Oeffling.
The Johnsburg Parade had numerous Grand Marshals.
Village dignitaries followed these honorees.
Police Chief Keith Von Allmen.
First was Police Chief Keith Von Allmen led off.
Then came Village President Ed Hettermann.
Village President Ed Hettermann
Village Trustees and staff were next.
Village Trustee Mary Lou Hutchison
Village Trustee Greg Klemstein
Village Trustee Tom Curry
Village Trustee John Huemann
Village Administrator Claudett Peters and Special Projects Coordinator Rick Quinn
Village Trustee Kevin McEvoy
Village Trustee Kyle Frost
Village Accountant Kim Giovanni
Dave Walsh, Public Works Foreman, Steve Boswell, Public Works, and Anthony Wallin, Public Works.
Below you see the real reason for the parade: picking up candy.
Those driving Corvettes were generous with their candy.
Johnsburg High School managed to do something Algonquin’s Jacobs High School didn’t the week before.
The Johnsburg High School Band.
Johnsburg High School fielded its band.
The partisan politicians came next, but you’ll have to wait until the next article to see them.