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Thursday, July 3, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-25 A section of the Mason County Journal Belfair Thursday, July 3, 2014 - Serving the communities of Belfair, Allyn, Grapevlew, Tahuya, Mason South Shore and Victor STAYI NG COOL Herald photo by Gordon Weeks Belfair resident Alysa Maring, 11, gives 2-year-old Tyson Yeaman of Belfair a dip at Big Mission Creek in Belfair State Park on Tuesday afternoon as temperatures soared into the 80s. 'Eclectic' Tahuya Day parade takes to the streets By GORDON WEEKS gordon@masoncounly.com Neighborhood floats, performing groups and North Mason children ped- dling decorated trikes will be among the participants in the annual Tauhya Day parade beginning at 10 a.m. Sat- urday on North Shore Road. A SWAT team and a Seahawk nest float are among the entrants to this year's event, said Liz Corliss Clark, president of the Tahuya Community Club. "It's the most eclectic parade you've ever seen," she said. Vendors will sell items that include food, baskets, jewelry and handcrafted items. A honey maker will bring a bee ex- hibit, Clark said. Representatives from nonprofit groups also will offer infor- mation at booths. Items will be raffled at the event to raise money for scholarships for North Mason High School graduates. To date, the Tahuya Community Club has .... awarded more than $49,000 in scholar- .... ships, Clark said. In a photo taken last year, Maggie Lake residents, Katie Taisey, left, Maddi Picinich and Abbie Harn, leave their community's parade vehicle to hand out flags during the Tahuya Day parade. This year's parade begins at 10 a.m. Saturday. Herald file photo t ti 7 ill II