“We have started to confirm participants who will be in the parade and hope to hear from more in the community and the county,” said Rosie Wysocki, Lions officer.
The club is encouraging participants to decorate floats, cars, bicycles and join the parade.
“Anything and everything is a possibility,” Wysocki said.
Games, a cakewalk, horse shoe toss, vendors, entertainment and a raffle of the traditional whiskey wagon is on tap, including an auction at the Square.
“More plans will be outlined in the future,” Wysocki said.
Members of the military will also be represented in the parade.
Those wishing to march in the parade are asked to contact Richard Sanchez at 361 543-4857 or Tony Abila at 361 543-0006.
“I hope that all ex and current military personnel will respond and call either Richard or Tony,” Wysocki said. “It would be a wonderful honor to see all those who have served in our community.”
Questions concerning the parade, being a vendor or participating in the celebration may call Rosie T. Wysocki at 361 237-0408.