Menifee Independence Day Parade - June 28

The Lake Menifee Women's Club is calling on the public to participate in its annual Menifee Independence Day Parade.

This year's Parade will be held on Saturday, June 28, 2008. Parade begins at the Mt San Jacinto College-Menifee Campus at 5:00pm and travels east down La Piedra Road and ending at the Wheatfield Sports Park off Menifee Road.

Directly following the Parade the annual Indendence Day Celebration will take place at Wheatfield Park with food booths, vendor booths, games, entertainment, concluding with a fireworks display at 9:00pm.

The parade organizers are looking for all interested participants:
School groups, Sports Groups, Dance Groups, Boy/Cub/Girl Scout Troops, Community Floats, Business Groups, Car Clubs, Equestrian Groups, Kids on bikes, scooters, strollers etc. Are all welcome.

There is no fee required, but participants will need to contact organizers to be placed in the parade line up.

For Parade information please contact: Marcy Riehm (Parade Chairperson
2007) @ (951) 377-6089 or email: riehmteam@verizon.net

For Booth Rental contact :Linda Delfin @ (951) *82 672-4139

For more information about Lake Menifee Women's Club, visit their website...
www.lakemenifeewomensclub.org




2 Comments:

  1. to who ever is in charge of getting people for the parade, maybe you can look at trying to get the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales to march in the parade. they are located in menifee, off of scott rd somewhere. maybe you can get them more involved in their local community. plus there is a good amount of local horse owners and people that dont get to see horses close up. then after / before the parade, they can have an area in wheatfield that people can take pictures and or talk to the caretakers. just an idea.

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  2. I think that sounds like a great idea. The Clydesdales were just at the Temecula Wine & Balloon Festival and they are awesome! Honestly, they would have to do it for FREE because there is NO MONEY to pay for this kind of entertainment. But it won't hurt to ask if they would be willing to donate their time for this event.
    Marcy-Parade Chairperson

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