Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009
Photo by Mark Pummell
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The large fish float that is a traditional entry in the Celina Lake Festival parade received an overhaul earlier this year and will be unveiled at Saturday's parade. Celina artist Jeff Griswold applies a coat of paint to the fish. Jack Griswold painted the big fish back in 1965 when it was constructed by Robert "Red" Adams, for whom the fish is named.
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A new "Big Bob," the world's largest handmade bass, will be unveiled Saturday at the Celina Lake Festival parade. The bass has been a popular mainstay in the festival's parade since 1965, when the fish float was constructed by . . .
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