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The Corvallis Parade Was Great!

We met up with some friends for breakfast at the cafeteria, bought our poppies, and then went out on the parade route to set up our table to distribute fliers about the upcoming vote on a County Government Review.

There were jumping goats and lots of dogs, not to mention political candidates and party members out in full force. County Attorney Fulbright marched behind horses with a shovel. I have no idea whether it meant he was cleaning up, or shoveling out the nasty stuff.

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Corvallis Parade–Small Town at It’s Best

I can’t wait for the Corvallis Memorial Day Parade! But it’s not just the parade, it’s everything connected with it. We get up early (OK, this is my least favorite part), drive on down to the Corvallis High School lunchroom for breakfast (7-9am), find a table—preferably with someone we don’t know (how else are we going to meet more people?). I must say we have met a few really boring people—but I digress. For the most part it’s a pleasant experience.

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