In case you missed it, here are some pictures from Saturday’s Apple Blossom Parade, courtesy of Nichole Janowsky
These young ladies patiently awaited the start of the parade.
Westford’s finest kicks off the start of the 46th annual Apple Blossom parade.
Brendan Chambers (left) and friend toss candy from his dad’s car.
Westford Academy’s Marching Band is preceded by their color guard.
The Westford Academy Marching Band.
State Rep. Jim Arciero meets and greets parade goers.
Leah DeTolla, 2013 Apple Blossom Queen.
The Westford Minutemen.
Reloading their muskets.
The Middlesex Sheriff Office Honor Guard.
A smiling songstress.
The J.V. Fletcher librarians represent some of their favorite children’s books.
Creativity abounds from those at J.V. Fletcher Library.
More Queen Contestants (left to right): Hannah Hackley, Sarah Russell, and Caroline Eliopoulos.
Cub Scouts or future Minutemen?
The Westford Firefighter Dept. Honor Guard followed by the Pipe and Drums.
Renee Craig (left) and Olivia Peterson (right) wave to the crowd.
These Daisy Scouts gear up to pass out more candy.
Nairi Hovsepian (left) with Alicia Luther, who was crowned this year’s Queen (right).
The 4-H Carrot Crusaders
Nashoba Youth Hockey encourages the crowd to shoot on goal.
The Kiwanis float kept the crowd entertained
Future Westford Academy soccer players?
An advertisement for Nashoba Valley Ski Area’s The Camp
Float from the Roudenbush Community Center
The Westford Sportsmen’s Club wins best parade float.
Fat Moon Farm passes out carrots to the masses
Catching a ride with the Highway Department
Photo by Nicole Janowsky
A visual reminder for the fireworks show on Saturday night.
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