By Charlene Smith
Pine Bluffs Post staff 

Albin Day blessed with entertainment from breakfast to midnight

 

Charlene Smith

The 85th annual Albin Day began with over 70 guests enjoying a breakfast of pancakes, bacon and all the trimmings sponsored by the Burns FFA. From there, people moved to spots along Main Street to catch the Kiddie Parade. With four floats, one horse drawn carriage and 20 bikes, dune buggies and wagons, it was a sight to see. The Albin Day Princesses showed off their sparkle in a pink and purple float. The Grand Entry Parade kicked off with Grand Marshall’s George Wayne and Louise Jacobsen being led by Post 60 Color Guard from Pine Bluffs. After Rhonda Morrison sang the National Anthem, ki...



For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.



 

Reader Comments
(0)

 
 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018

Rendered 09/22/2018 17:39