Annie and Mary Days 2016 

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Mark Larson
Every parade needs a coordinator and Gini Noggle filled that role before Sunday's Annie & Mary Day Parade in Blue Lake. She later joined the Rag Doll Revue "painted ladies" in the parade tossing candy to the crowd.
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The noise from firetruck sirens led Marayah Kaiser, 3, to cover her ears and seek out the lap of her mother, Melissa DeMello, of Eureka.
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Christopher Edgar, Blue Lake, got some help from his daughter Lillyen in driving the Blue Lake Fire Department's 1929 Chevy fire truck.
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No Bigfoot was sighted at this year's parade but a Wookiee, an intelligent, hirsute biped from the planet Kashyyyk, made an appearance with a group of other Star Wars characters (thanks to Blue Lake Casino).
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Cindy LeGrande, of Fieldbrook, and her pony carriage represented the Blue Lake Saddle Club.
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Having missed last year's parade, Louis Huntzinger, of Blue Lake, taped signs with his apologies to the sides of his vehicle used to clean up behind the horses.
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The Blue Lake Casino's group of Star Wars characters.
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The Mad River Old Crows and their giant flying puppet made their annual parade appearance.
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Parade Grand Marshal Tom Tellez, owner of the Wallace & Hinz business in Blue Lake, led things off.
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Dottie Reynolds, of Eureka, gets some supervision from her husband Bill as she does some last-minute polishing on her 1955 Chevy. They were entered in the 12th annual Bill Nessler Car Show that followed the parade.
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Allen Mann, of Fieldbrook (second from left), entered his 1960 Chevrolet Impala.
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Marvin Samuels, of Blue Lake, delivered the Bigfoot raffle entry to the Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce's vendor table. It was made by Paradise Cay of Blue Lake.
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Oliver Perkins, of Eureka, makes final adjustment to his 1941 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe.
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Lin Glen, of Blue Lake, and other volunteers from the Community Emergency Response Team staffed an information table.
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The music gets underway.
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Mark Larson
Every parade needs a coordinator and Gini Noggle filled that role before Sunday's Annie & Mary Day Parade in Blue Lake. She later joined the Rag Doll Revue "painted ladies" in the parade tossing candy to the crowd.

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