Parade kicks off Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration
Jabrion Simms with the First State Community Action League parade float chants.
January 21, 2014
Janie Miller, left, and Jordan Taylor carry the banner for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. Behind them are (l-r) Grand Marshal and Lewes Mayor Jim Ford, Sen. Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes; Lewes Councilperson Bonnie Osler, Deputy Parade Marshal and Deputy Mayor Ted Becker, who lead the parade to St. Peter's Episcopal Church. BY DENY HOWETH
Faith UM Sunday school participants carry signs reminding us if this years message, Remembering the Past; Planning the Future. BY DENY HOWETH
Little Miss Georgetown Kaya James walks the parade route with elegance. BY DENY HOWETH
Eagles Nest Church Academy students musically sing about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. BY DENY HOWETH
The fancy car portion of the parade. BY DENY HOWETH
Ted and Regina Taylor of New Jersey stay warm watching the parade. BY DENY HOWETH
Manny Davis trucks down Savannah Road during the parade. BY DENY HOWETH
The Cape Henlopen High School Band performs during the celebration weekend kickoff. BY DENY HOWETH
Delaware State Police Mounted Patrol Unit Inc. and the cleanup crew march through the streets of Lewes. BY DENY HOWETH
The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration started with a parade in Lewes Jan. 18. Twenty-two groups participated, including local churches, community groups, Delaware State Police and the Cape Henlopen High School Band.