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A covered wagon rolls down Fenton in celebration of American History and Thanksgiving.

A covered wagon rolls down Fenton in celebration of American History and Thanksgiving.1Picture by Ariana McLeanA clown livens the crowd.2Picture by Ariana McLeanNative American dance troops performs at the Thanksgiving Parade.3Picture by Ariana McLeanBlair librarian Ms. Madden, helped with crowd control and event coordination at the Thanksgiving Parade.4Picture by Ariana McLeanCandy filled the hands and mouths of spectators, thanks to the many parade participants who gave out sweets.5Picture by Ariana McLeanTowards the end of the Parade was the awaited appearance by Santa Claus. 6Picture by Ariana McLeanGiant Panda balloon, sponsored by the Discovery Channel, travels down Fenton Street in representation of the Tai Shan, the new baby panda at the National Zoo. 7Picture by Ariana McLeanSMOB and Blair Senior, Sebastian Johnson waves to the crowd lining the streets of downtown Silver Spring.8A local Bolivian dance troupe perfroms enthusiastically.9Picture by Ariana McLeanLocal Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops paraded through downtown Silver Spring with homemade signs.10Picture by Ariana McLeanThe Hoggettes preceded the Washington Redskins Marching Band, serving as one of the attractions in the Parade.11Picture by Ariana McLeanBlair marching band participates in the Silver Spring Thanksgiving Parade Nov. 19.12Picture by Ariana McLeanResidents and visitors of Silver Spring watch the Thanksgiving parade downtown.13Picture by Ariana McLeanThis giant penguin balloon serves as the Silver Spring mascot in the thanksgiving Parade Saturday, Nov. 19. This year's parade included, for the first time, 50 foot balloons traditionally seen in holiday parades.14Picture by Ariana McLeanCounty Executive Douglas Duncan served as the Grand Marshal of the Thanksgiving Parade. He also, like many politicians, took advantage of the parade and campaign for Maryland Governor under the Democratic Party.15Picture by Ariana McLeanSilver Spring residents and visitors bundled up this cold Saturday morning to view the Thanksgiving Parade. 16Picture by Ariana McLean
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