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Angie, a Belgian draft horse belonging to Brad and Ronda Spangler of Buckeye Belgians, appears to give a smile while waiting for the start of the New Albany Founders Day parade on Saturday May 18. Angie pulled a cart in the parade for the New Albany Plain Township Historical Society.
Nine-year-old Ryan Smith rides a mechanical bull at the New Albany Founders Day festival on Saturday, May 18. The annual celebration began with a parade and continued throughout the afternoon at the 2-5 elementary building.
Plain Township firefighter David Schoener waves from his firetruck to the crowd gathered for the parade.
Four-year-old best friends Izzie Allman and Mia Paskievitch wave and laugh as the Founders Day parade begins.
Billi Jo, a cocker spaniel belonging to Larry Remer, watches the New Albany Founders Day parade Saturday, May 18. Remer adopted Billi Jo from Columbus Cocker Rescue.
Three-year-old Sophie Passalacqua runs out to fill her bag with candy during the New Albany Founders Day parade Saturday, May 18.
Eight-year-old Anikha Cherry enjoys a corndog during the New Albany Founders Day Festival on Saturday, May 18.
Saturday June 1, 2013 10:10 PM