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2006 America's Thanksgiving Parade Pictures

The Parade celebrates 80 Years in downtown Detroit!

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Runners are participating in the Turkey Trot before the parade begins.

 

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Runners are turning the corner onto John R. street just in front of the Science Center.

 

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This group of fine individuals will lead America's Thanksgiving Parade.

 

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The Parade will begin at the same spot it started in 1924. The intersection of Woodward and Mack is where it all begins...

 

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America's Thanksgiving Parade is now underway at about 9:20 a.m.

 

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The first float was created to celebrate the Parade's 80th Anniversary. It features a cake and Clownie stands in the front with a scroll reading "Happy Birthday."

 

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What is the first larger-than-life balloon? Clownie, himself. He is the official mascot of The Parade Company, the organization that puts on America's Thanksgiving Parade.

 

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The Target float makes its way down Woodward Avenue. It was designed to encourage young chilren to read. Reading is an important part in learning.

 

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