The 4th of July parade in downtown Prattville honored World War II veterans and was enjoyed by all those octogenarians in attendance. The Prattville Dragoons were included in the dignitaries portion of the parade because of the participation of two WW II vets in our entry, Prattville Dragoon James Spears and Donald Wheeler, stepfather of 2nd Lt. Commander Stuart Waldo. The community turned out in large numbers to cheer as the parade progressed from the courthouse up Main Street to Northington and Pratt Park. The candy tossed to the children spectating ran out midway thru the parade. The Dragoons entry included a 4-seat golf cart which allowed James and Donald to ride along with Stuart’s son and mother who had never been in a parade before in her 86 years so it was truly a once in a lifetime event for some in attendance. This cart can be used for future parades and events and hopefully will encourage participation by some of the camp’s older members. Wayne Sutherland and Stuart carried the camp banner and Larry Spears carried a Secession Flag and took some great photographs of the event.