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Charity Fundraising at 2004 ToyFest

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Early Saturday morning, it's time to tryout Rick Wierzbicki's brand new tent

Contrary to popular belief, sometimes reading the instructions does help

See, reading them does help once in a while

Barb Berger fools Jim Hilburger into stopping work and reviewing a "poster"

It is a framed, signed article about the AAW "Sages" of which Jim Hilburger is named as one

Jim Hilburger and Jake Debski get one of the tables set up

Kathy Hertzog, Barb Berger, and Paul Mazuchowski work on the front table

Our booth was located directly behind the historic Town Hall on Main Street in East Aurora

The Town Hall is adjacent to the Roycroft Shops

Along with the early morning setup is the remote controlled fire dog amusing the kids

The tent's up, the merchandise displayed, the crew gets a rest until the festival opens

Meanwhile on Main Street, some of the parade cars head to the staging areas

And even some of the cars not in the parade get moving before the street is closed to traffic

Some folks had chairs setup days ahead for the parade, some folks set up their chairs at the last minute

At 11am sharp on Saturday morning, the parade down Main Street kicks off the ToyFest 2004

What parade would be complete without pipers?

Among all of the school bands, dancers, magicians, and more are the Fisher Price classic toy floats

While the parade lasted two hours, the Fisher Price floats are great attractions

Barb Berger, Kurt and Kathy Hertzog, and a stranger have ring side seats next to the reviewing booth

Another of the Fisher Price floats

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Photos by Kurt Hertzog (8/04)
     

 


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