NW PA Pride float in Perry 200 Parade

from NW PA Pride Alliance

On Saturday, May 25, NW PA Pride Alliance participated in the historic Perry 200 Grand Patriotic Parade. The parade marked the bicentennial of the Battle of Lake Erie, which was part of the War of 1812. There were about 10-12 people on the float, and the spectators were friendly and supportive! There were tens of thousands of spectators and 10,000 people participated in the parade. Special thanks go out to Ben Heggy for providing the truck and vehicle and to Season Crannell for creating the lovely lighthouse logo. Also thanks to Chris Dye for setup and teardown, and to Alex Bolla and Preston Blood for teardown. Photos are by Michael Mahler, co-editor for Erie Gay News.


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