2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival Holds "Anything Goes" Parade

George Shelley, 2010 California Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year, served as one of the Grand Marshals for the 2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival Parade. Bill and Elsie Meyer supplied the carriage ride for Shelley. The 2010 California Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year, California Construction Supplies, was not available for the parade.

George Shelley, 2010 California Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year, served as one of the Grand Marshals for the 2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival Parade. Bill and Elsie Meyer supplied the carriage ride for Shelley. The 2010 California Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year, California Construction Supplies, was not available for the parade. Photo by John Inman.

One of the highlights of the 2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival held in California was the "Anything Goes" Parade which was led by Grand Marshal 2010 Citizen of the Year George Shelley. The 2010 Business of the Year, California Construction Supplies, was not available.

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A color guard carries the flags for the 2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival Parade held Saturday, Sept. 17.

Winners of the "Anything Goes" Parade were: Kid's Depot (float division), High Point R-III Pinto Marching Pride (band), David Allee, Ford Model T (car/truck), Tyson Dummermuth (tractor).

The parade also had plenty of other participants including all manner of vehicles, floats, a color guard, horses, bands, Little Mr. and Miss Moniteau County Walker Cary and Kierstyn Lawson and Miss Moniteau County Bailey Glenn.

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The High Point Blue Jay Band was the Band Winner at the 2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival Parade.

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Kid's Depot was the Float Winner at the 2011 Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival Parade.

For more photos of the parade check out the Sept. 21 issue of the California Democrat.

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