Photo Album 5
2005 Memorial Day Parade



Sherman Veterans on Parade

Photographs courtesy of Charlotte Maher, officiar photographer for the Parade Committee.



The Grand Marshal is Escorted in this Bright Red PT Cruiser

Bill and Elsie Jones, long-time Sherman residents, give a lift to Grant Marshal Malyn Kamenoff.




The New Fairfield Sparklers

The Sparklers bring their music and spirit to Sherman's parade.



Jeeps Were the Preferred Parade Vehicle at this Parade

Selectman Don Lowe escorts our State Representatives, Mary Ann Carson and Dave Cappiello.




Cub Scout Pack 84

With our youngsters, patriotism begins early.



Boy Scout Troop 48

Smartly marching scouts carry our flag with respect and spirit.




Girl Scout Color Guard

Sherman Girl Scouts lead the younger troops.



Troop Leaders March Too

A mom marches proudly with a Daisy scout.




Daisy Scouts

You're never too young to march.



A Brownie on Parade

A beautiful flag borne by a beautiful Brownie Scout.




Brownie Troop 56

Sherman Brownies march with pride.



Brownie Troop 403

More Brownies greet the crowd gathered along the parade route.




Knight on Horseback

A proud Sherman Knight leads Sherman's sport teams.



Sherman School Band

The band's playing keeps the marchers in step.




Boy's Soccer Team

The undefeated Sherman raptors hold their heads high.



Girls' Softball Team

Team members greet their fans.




Girls' Soccer Team

Members of the girls' soccer team march happily.



The New Milford High School Band

Wonderful. Wonderful. Wonderful.




The New Milford Twirlers

These girls are having fun while marching.



The Sherman Volunteer Fire Department in Dress Blue

The youngest recruits lead the way.




Sherman Firefighters on Parade

Our valient volunteers sport new uniforms for the parade.



Parade of Bright Red Firefighting Apparatus

The SVFD vehicles are always a hit in our parade.




Where's the Water?

The Candlewood Lake Authority Marine Patrol is new to the parade.



Antique Jeeps on Parade

Both young and old join in the fun.




Iron Will Farm Contributes to the Parade

Our farming tradition marches on.



SVFD Members in Formation at the Parade Grounds

They're here to protect us all.




The Gazebo

A gift from the Sherman Veterans Association, the gazebo was a perfect setting for the ceremonies.



The Scouts Raise the Flag

A solemn moment at the start of the ceremonies.




The Sherman Veterans

Those who served stand at attention in honor of those died while protecting our freedoms.



Enjoying the Day

Part of the crowd enjoying the ceremonies.




The Dignitaries

Victor Costa sings the National Anthem.



Recognizing Special Shermanites

Selectman Don Lowe presents a Bicentennial Medallion to Grand Marshal Malyn Kamenoff.




The Keynote Address

Fr. Louis Dytkowski shares his Army memories and thoughts about the real meaning of Memorial Day..



Taps is Played by Jeb Orosz

Let us never forget those who didn't come back.




Grand Marshal Mayln Kamenoff

One of Sherman's oldest citizens was honored.



First Selectman Andrea O'Connor Departs by Jeep

It was a great day! Thanks to everyone!





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