‘A Hat and its Habitat’ parade theme for the 83rd Pioneer Reunion

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Bellevue students Kaden Ogle and Devon Cassetty ride on the sophomore class float during last year's Pioneer Reunion Parade. The theme for the 2014 parade has been announced.

Bellevue students Kaden Ogle and Devon Cassetty ride on the sophomore class float during last year’s Pioneer Reunion Parade. The theme for the 2014 parade has been announced.

The Pioneer Reunion Parade Theme is set! The Parade Committee has chosen a theme about all the different hats that the world has worn. “A Hat and its Habitat” is the parade theme for the 83rd annual Pioneer Reunion, Sept. 18-20.

The following list will provide many wonderful mental images of hats and the environment in which they reside. The theme will provide great opportunities for interesting and innovative float ideas. To register a float entry, call Sherri Halsell at (940) 538-5042. Suggested possible floats are listed below, however, participants may think of others.

Possible themes include: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine (military) hats, astronaut helmet, aviator, beanie, beret, bonnet (Old West), brush arbor ladies’ hat, butcher, cheese head, chef hat, coonskin cap, derby, drum major hat, dunce hat, Easter bonnet, elf hat, Eskimo parka, fireman, policeman hats, Greek fisherman, halo, hard hat, joker hat, Kentucky derby hats, magician hat, Mardi Gras headdress, matador hat, motorcycle helmet, nun’s habit, nurse hat, patriot hat, pilgrim hat, pope’s hat, queen’s crown, red hats, robin hood’s hat, Santa’s hat, St. Patrick’s hat, top hat, wedding veil, welder’s hat and witch hat.

Taken themes include: Ten-gallon cowboy hat, baseball cap, birthday hat, cat in the hat, oriental headdress, pirate hat, showgirl headdress, sombrero, war bonnet, court jester hat, football helmet.

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