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Fun for all at Hermon Bicentennial Sizzler

Posted Aug. 09, 2014, at 12:48 p.m.
Last modified Aug. 11, 2014, at 11:51 a.m.
Sweet Frog and Mrs. Sweet Frog from the Sweet Frog frozen yogurt business in Bangor greeted parade watchers along Route 2.
Sweet Frog and Mrs. Sweet Frog from the Sweet Frog frozen yogurt business in Bangor greeted parade watchers along Route 2.
A prisoner from the KeyStone Kops danced with the Morita's School of Dance float participants during the Hermon Fun Day parade on Aug. 9.
A prisoner from the KeyStone Kops danced with the Morita's School of Dance float participants during the Hermon Fun Day parade on Aug. 9.
A couple of the Anah Temple Shrine clowns who interacted with the parade watchers along Route 2.
A couple of the Anah Temple Shrine clowns who interacted with the parade watchers along Route 2.
Penobscot Snowmobile Club in Hermon displaying the snowmobile trail grooming machine and advertising its upcoming lobster dinner.
Penobscot Snowmobile Club in Hermon displaying the snowmobile trail grooming machine and advertising its upcoming lobster dinner.
Anah Temple Shrine Go-Kart unit.
Anah Temple Shrine Go-Kart unit.
A couple of National Guard vehicles participated.
A couple of National Guard vehicles participated.
Maine Traditional Karate
Maine Traditional Karate
Hermon Baptist Church was one of the local institutions participating in the parade.
Hermon Baptist Church was one of the local institutions participating in the parade.
The back half of the Hermon Hawks football team float.
The back half of the Hermon Hawks football team float.

HERMON, Maine — The Hermon Bicentennial Sizzler Fun Day Event held Aug. 9 was kicked off with a pancake breakfast by Hermon Masons.

The breakfast was followed by the beginning of many activities, including softball, arts and crafts at Ecotat, and Hermon High School 5K.

A parade lined up at Hermon High school featuring  Penobscot Sheriff’s Department, fire and rescue vehicles from Hermon and Levant, several candidates running for various offices in November, antique vehicles, six different Shrine units including go karts, mini-bikes and little trucks and clowns, vehicles and floats representing local businesses and town institutions, happy birthday floats, Hermon High School football team and so much more.

Afternoon and evening activities were scheduled to be held at Hermon Elementary School, including food booths, music, demonstrations, kids activities, The Peacheaters Band 7-9 p.m., capped by fireworks put on by Central Maine Pyrotechnics.

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