Wednesday, April 8, 2009
2009 Palm Sunday Jesus Parade-April 5th
click on photo to enlarge Dale & Peggy Brown
McKinzie Ginther holding the crown for our soon coming King!
Dennis (on right) interviewing Darell Dalman.
Dennis speaking to Pastor Lee, an evangelist
The parade begins down Water Street led by the police vehicle
The lead banner of the parade.
Gospel banners and balloons.
Charlotte Clark's truck with the cross and banners.
Lynn Rideout plays music with Dale Brown during "open mic" at end of parade
Refreshments at end of parade at Adams St park.
Bob Fitzpatrick cooking dogs during refreshments.
Cliff Wood-our video camera guy.
visitors from Victoria
Video on-line now. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH3zU81D574
The 18th Palm Sunday Jesus parade in Port Townsend was a success!.
We had warm sunny weather & the town had many visitors downtown.
The message of the gospel of Jesus Christ was boldly proclaimed. Dale Brown came over from Prosser Washington to minister music from the flatbed truck. Dale's wife Peggy was also on hand to help shoot video.
People from several churches in Jefferson and Clallam county participated.
Dennis talked to a man from Bremerton who was in a cafe when the parade went
by. He came out to see what was going on. He commented on the "freedom" that
we had as Christians to do this. He said that we were those "who lived for Christ" &
not just saying we were Christians. At the end of the time of refreshments 3 young
people from Victoria BC came by and had some food. They said they were Christians and that
they went to a local church in Victoria. The two young women said their father was
I would like to thank all the people who helped with this years parade. Some of the people are listed below.
Charlotte Clark-admin,banner development, food & tracts
Jim & Marsha Eades-flatbed truck
Keith Harper-parade staging area
Dale & Peggy Brown-music
Gary & Joyce Todd-promotion
Jeanne Counter-banner development
Linda Kaahnui-banner development
Elaine Feten-prayer, photos
Carrie Fisher-royal scene/crown preparation
McKinzie Ginther-carrying crown
Port Townsend Police
Posted by PT Community at 11:01 AM