September 3, 2014

Scenes from last year’s patriotic celebration

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 July 3, 2013

Longtime judge Bill Skiff (right) examines an amphibian during last year’s annual frog jumping contest. The frog jumping contest, a popular kids activity, is set for 1 p.m. behind Williston Central School.  (Observer file photo by Dave Schmidt)

Longtime judge Bill Skiff (right) examines an amphibian during last year’s annual frog jumping contest. The frog jumping contest, a popular kids activity, is set for 1 p.m. behind Williston Central School.
(Observer file photo by Dave Schmidt)

Williston Fire Chief Ken Morton (left) drives one of his antique fire trucks in last year’s parade.  (Observer file photo by Stephen Mease)

Williston Fire Chief Ken Morton (left) drives one of his antique fire trucks in last year’s parade. 
(Observer file photo by Stephen Mease)

Lynwood Osborne, grand marshal of last year’s parade, waves to the crowd on his way down Williston Road. Tony Lamb will be this year’s marshal. (Observer file photo by Stephen Mease)

Lynwood Osborne, grand marshal of last year’s parade, waves to the crowd on his way down Williston Road. Tony Lamb will be this year’s marshal. (Observer file photo by Stephen Mease)

Visiting Williston’s  Fourth of July celebration, Essex residents (from left) Amelia Zemmanek, 2, Anna Hoppe, 6, Oliver Hoppe, 4, Chase Wignall, 6, and baby Sam Wignall, 1, wait for the parade to begin. This year’s parade begins at 10 a.m., starting at the Johnson Farm, traveling up Route 2 and ending at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. (Observer file photo by Stephen Mease)

Visiting Williston’s Fourth of July celebration, Essex residents (from left) Amelia Zemmanek, 2, Anna Hoppe, 6, Oliver Hoppe, 4, Chase Wignall, 6, and baby Sam Wignall, 1, wait for the parade to begin. This year’s parade begins at 10 a.m., starting at the Johnson Farm, traveling up Route 2 and ending at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. (Observer file photo by Stephen Mease)

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  1. Louis M. Izzo says:

    I take frequent walks in my neighborhood and surrounding sidewalks/roads on Industrial Avenue and Rt 2-A and occasionally see what appears to be a dog-poop bag, nicely tied, but simply left there in the road or on the sidewalk. I would like to remind dog-walkers that this is not appropriate. Please carry it off.

    Thank you for meeting your legal responsibilities.

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