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48th annual Nevada City Constitution Day Parade concludes weekend of festivities (VIDEO)

The 48th Annual Constitution Day Parade, Nevada City’s Constitution Day Parade has been a local tradition since 1967, and had over 100 entries. Before the U.S. Constitution Reenactment of the signing, Felix Bors payed Rufus King of Massachusetts, and George Washington portrayed by Michael Mavrakis on the left.
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Sunday’s Nevada City’s Constitution Day Parade, in its 48th year, concluded a weekend of festivities dedicated to celebrating Constitution Day. The parade has been a local tradition since 1967, and had more than 100 entries this year. The parade included marching bands, floats, antique cars and, a crowd favorite, the Famous Marching Presidents of Nevada City. Top, Felix Bors played Rufus King of Massachusetts and Michael Mavrakis played George Washington (left) during the reenactment of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, which took place before the parade. Ben Ali Shriner clowns were also present to share some laughs. A Ben Ali Shriner also threw a stuff animal to a girl during the parade.


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