‘Everybody loves Wauseon Homecoming’


One of the newest businesses in Fulton County, Nature’s Fresh, brought their portable greenhouse and product demonstrator for the Homecoming parade. They passed out shopping bags as their swag.


While the Church of Christ float was passing by, Kyla Grieser (lower right) was busy picking up candy from earlier floats. She is the daughter of Lindsay and Joel Grieser of Archbold.


The Wauseon Chamber of Commerce float carried the contestants from the 2015 Wauseon Homecoming Queen contest. They are front row, from left, Brooke Hardy, Clarissa Johnson and Victoria Kahrs. Second Row: Lexi Conrad, Emalee Stewart and Elizabeth McCullough, with 2015 Homecoming Queen Emily Legenza at the top.


The Marching Indian Band from Wauseon High School is fresh out of band camp and is ready for their new season.


M. E. Miller Tire Company recycled some of their products to construct a giant cake. The company is celebrating 45 years as a tire supplier and service center.


This stilt walker casts a giant shadow. She was joined with two other walkers and a bicyclist in Saturday’s parade.


The train was a popular entry in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade. If you missed the Kids’ Parade, the train was an entry in Saturday’s Grand Parade.


Many clubs, such as Fulton Connections 4-H Club, participated in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade.


During Thursday night’s queen pageant, Brooke Hardy delivered her speech to the audience with plenty of poise.


One of the newest businesses in Fulton County, Nature’s Fresh, brought their portable greenhouse and product demonstrator for the Homecoming parade. They passed out shopping bags as their swag.

While the Church of Christ float was passing by, Kyla Grieser (lower right) was busy picking up candy from earlier floats. She is the daughter of Lindsay and Joel Grieser of Archbold.

The Wauseon Chamber of Commerce float carried the contestants from the 2015 Wauseon Homecoming Queen contest. They are front row, from left, Brooke Hardy, Clarissa Johnson and Victoria Kahrs. Second Row: Lexi Conrad, Emalee Stewart and Elizabeth McCullough, with 2015 Homecoming Queen Emily Legenza at the top.

The Marching Indian Band from Wauseon High School is fresh out of band camp and is ready for their new season.

M. E. Miller Tire Company recycled some of their products to construct a giant cake. The company is celebrating 45 years as a tire supplier and service center.

This stilt walker casts a giant shadow. She was joined with two other walkers and a bicyclist in Saturday’s parade.

The train was a popular entry in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade. If you missed the Kids’ Parade, the train was an entry in Saturday’s Grand Parade.

Many clubs, such as Fulton Connections 4-H Club, participated in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade.

During Thursday night’s queen pageant, Brooke Hardy delivered her speech to the audience with plenty of poise.

One of the newest businesses in Fulton County, Nature’s Fresh, brought their portable greenhouse and product demonstrator for the Homecoming parade. They passed out shopping bags as their swag.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_Nature-Fresh.jpgOne of the newest businesses in Fulton County, Nature’s Fresh, brought their portable greenhouse and product demonstrator for the Homecoming parade. They passed out shopping bags as their swag.

While the Church of Christ float was passing by, Kyla Grieser (lower right) was busy picking up candy from earlier floats. She is the daughter of Lindsay and Joel Grieser of Archbold.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_Kyla.jpgWhile the Church of Christ float was passing by, Kyla Grieser (lower right) was busy picking up candy from earlier floats. She is the daughter of Lindsay and Joel Grieser of Archbold.

The Wauseon Chamber of Commerce float carried the contestants from the 2015 Wauseon Homecoming Queen contest. They are front row, from left, Brooke Hardy, Clarissa Johnson and Victoria Kahrs. Second Row: Lexi Conrad, Emalee Stewart and Elizabeth McCullough, with 2015 Homecoming Queen Emily Legenza at the top.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_Queen-Emily.jpgThe Wauseon Chamber of Commerce float carried the contestants from the 2015 Wauseon Homecoming Queen contest. They are front row, from left, Brooke Hardy, Clarissa Johnson and Victoria Kahrs. Second Row: Lexi Conrad, Emalee Stewart and Elizabeth McCullough, with 2015 Homecoming Queen Emily Legenza at the top.

The Marching Indian Band from Wauseon High School is fresh out of band camp and is ready for their new season.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_WHS-band.jpgThe Marching Indian Band from Wauseon High School is fresh out of band camp and is ready for their new season.

M. E. Miller Tire Company recycled some of their products to construct a giant cake. The company is celebrating 45 years as a tire supplier and service center.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_ME-Miller.jpgM. E. Miller Tire Company recycled some of their products to construct a giant cake. The company is celebrating 45 years as a tire supplier and service center.

This stilt walker casts a giant shadow. She was joined with two other walkers and a bicyclist in Saturday’s parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_Stilts.jpgThis stilt walker casts a giant shadow. She was joined with two other walkers and a bicyclist in Saturday’s parade.

The train was a popular entry in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade. If you missed the Kids’ Parade, the train was an entry in Saturday’s Grand Parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_KP-long-train.jpgThe train was a popular entry in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade. If you missed the Kids’ Parade, the train was an entry in Saturday’s Grand Parade.

Many clubs, such as Fulton Connections 4-H Club, participated in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_Fulton-Connections-4-H.jpgMany clubs, such as Fulton Connections 4-H Club, participated in Thursday’s Kids’ Parade.

During Thursday night’s queen pageant, Brooke Hardy delivered her speech to the audience with plenty of poise.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/08/web1_QP-Brooke.jpgDuring Thursday night’s queen pageant, Brooke Hardy delivered her speech to the audience with plenty of poise.