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Bonner Leads 48th Parade
Through Rain with Love
While it was less than ideal conditions to have a Parade, Grand Marshal Anthony Bonner kept smiling anyway and led the Westhampton Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade
through the rain and wind in the 48th incarnation of the legendary East End event.
Mr. Bonner is the 49th Grand Marshal to lead the Parade. He was unanimously selected by the Parade Committee and past Grand Marshals in December.
“We are very excited to have Mr. Bonner as our Grand Marshal,” said Parade Committee President Tim Laube. “Anthony is a local business man who has made it a point to be a go-to-guy when it comes to helping out our community.”
Mr. Bonner is the owner of Sea Level Construction and as is tradition with the Westhampton Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade he selected the Parade theme. This year Mr. Bonner selected Love as the theme.
In the Parade's ultra-competitive float contest, Raynor Country Day School took home first prize in the Youth division and along with it the $500 first prize. Studio East took second in the division while Peconic Ballet took third.
The Coneheads took first in the Community Division with the Westhampton Historical Society placing second. In the Commercial bracket, the Moriches Bay Project took first with Westhampton Care Center taking second and Peconic Bay Hospital placing third.
Grand Marshal Anthony Bonner led the 48th Westhampton Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade through the rain on March 14th.