Culver Academies was represented by six units in the Blueberry Festival Parade in Plymouth on Labor Day. The Band leads the group down Michigan Street.
The Blueberry Parade draws approximately 20,000 people, nearly twice the population of Plymouth.
The Friesian Color Guard makes its first public appearance of the school year at the parade.
Members of the Equestriennes also ride in the parade each year.
The Four Gun Drill has a busy day, riding in the parade . . .
Waving to the crowd . . .
And firing the canon to start the Blueberry Stomp, the 15K and 5K races that start 30 minutes before the parade.
The Honor Guard is a regular in the parade. The route covers about two miles.
The CGA drill team won the military unit award - marching or motorized at this year's festival parade.