LITH Officials and Other Governmental Entities in Parade

Over the last two days I’ve shared the show that both Democrats and Republicans put on in the Lake in the Hills Parade Saturday.

Today let’s look at the Lake in the Hills elected officials, elected in non-partisan elections, as well as entries from other tax districts.

Even before the parade I saw the Algonquin Township Road District bus for seniors ferrying people from the end of the parade to their starting place.

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The Algonquin Township Senior Bus was early in the parade.

A Navy band played, “Anchors Away,” a song I remember my mother playing on the piano from the 1940’s.

A U.S. Navy Band.

A U.S. Navy Band.

The Grand Marshall was next.

The Grand Marshall's car did not include his name.

The Grand Marshall’s car did not include his name.

Police in an open vehicle followed.

Lake in the Hills Police

Lake in the Hills Policemen were tossing candy to the kids.

Lake in the Hills Village officials were in the back of a pickup truck.

Lake in the Hills officials.

Lake in the Hills officials.  Village President Paul Mulcahy is on the right.

Tell readers who is where, please.

These Lake in the Hills officials were riding backwards in the back.

These Lake in the Hills officials were riding backwards in the back.

This was the view from the north side of the truck. It was going to fast for me to get a good side view.

Shooting a photo into the sun never yields the best results.

Shooting a photo into the sun never yields the best results.

A McHenry County Sheriff’s Squad car came next.

Sheriff Bill Prim sent a squad car.

Sheriff Bill Prim sent a squad car.

Fire engines headed by one from the Huntley Fire Protection District follows.

Lots of fire engines were in the parade.

Lots of fire engines were in the parade both from local departments and the Northern Illinois Fire Museum.

They were loud.

As the Algonquin Academy of Dance and Music entry came by these girls were doing flips right in front of me. Without aiming the camera I clicked the button, resulting in this image.

As the Algonquin Academy of Dance and Music entry came by these girls were doing flips right in front of me. Without aiming the camera I clicked the button, resulting in this image.

There were lots of dance and judo groups.

A banner led the Algonquin Area Library District contingent.

A banner led the Algonquin Area Library District contingent.

The Algonquin Area Public Library District had an entry.

Books were given to children by the Algonquin Area Public Library volunteers.

Books were given to children by the Algonquin Area Public Library volunteers.

Volunteers were passing out books to children.

Then came a truck from the Lake in the Hills Sanitary District.

Lake in the Hills Sanitary District truck.

Candy is flying from the Lake in the Hills Sanitary District truck.

The district was formed because the borrowing authority of Lake in the Hills was not high enough to allow the village to provide sewage treatment on its own.

The end of the parade did not feature a clean-up crew from the Environmental Defenders of McHenry County.

The children has cleaned the candy off the side of the street, but a Lake in the Hills sweeper made sure the road was clean.

The children has cleaned the candy off the side of the street, but a Lake in the Hills sweeper made sure the road was clean.

Instead a Lake in the Hills sweeper got the candy kids left behind.


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LITH Officials and Other Governmental Entities in Parade — 1 Comment

  1. I’m riding shotgun as always Cal in the LITH Public Works truck.

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