Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Our Old Settlers Float Takes the Cake

The Library's 2012 Old Settlers float really takes the cake.  Our Float Team chose to celebrate the MPL centennial (1912-2012) at the parade on Sunday (August 5, 2012), which opened the annual Old Settlers picnic & festival at Mooresville's Pioneer Park.  We've got some snappy photos, which you may click to bigify.

Yes, it's a birthday cake.  Those are cupcakes surrounding it.  Probably not made with tuna-in-oil, but, hey, humans would probably like them.

This was before the Old Settlers parade, while the Float Team was putting on the finishing touches in the Library parking lot.

Decorinator (on right) supervises the project

Three cute cupcakes in a row
(Right, BizMeister?)

Boss Lady & BizMeister give the
100th anniversary card some extra support

Broadway Gal with a young Library volunteer

Broadway Gal & Boss Lady lead the way with the MPL banner

Further along the parade route
All waves and smiles

Looks like we're not in Kansas anymore, Toto

That last photo is not one of the Library's float, but it was pretty cute, so we thought you'd enjoy a peek.

"Flat" Cauli V, or Flat Five for short, was catting the Library booth at the Old Settlers festival, but she hasn't yet filed a report.  The wind kept blowing her off the table, so Scowl-Face said.

More as Soon as Flat Five Files Her Story,

Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Old Settlers News Beat

P.S.  Whenever I think of parade music, I think of John Philip Sousa.  Whenever I hear "The Liberty Bell," by Sousa, I think of Monty Python's Flying Circus.  But that's just moi.

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful cake floats! Shame flat Cauli kept blowing away :D


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