The Labor Day 2005 festivities didn't have quite the fanfare of last year's 200th anniversary celebration, but the weather was beautiful and lots of Morrisville people showed up hoping to bump into old friends. And they did.
Below are just a few familiar faces. That looks like Don Lenox with the flames on his hat, and I think that's Jack Carter in the back with the orange shirt. To the right are Jim Gafgen (sculptor of the statue of Robert Morris at the Robert Morris Plaza) talking with Howie Long.
Below, mother and daughter June Landis Skuse and Carol Skuse are life long Morrisville residents.
Mike and Karen McDonald; Mac's father Alex, was vice principal of Morrisville High School in the 60's, and also instrumental in establishing the Morrisville pool.
Ex Morrisville police officer Joe DiGiorgio; there is another picture of Joe with the police department taken in 1954, in the photo vault section of this website.
Morrisville legend Don Notalk
Bobby Mount enjoying the day.
The crowd came and went all day long.
The Morrisville Fire Company does a great service
The Morrisville Rotary serving up the food
There was plenty of action for the kids.
There was a quilt display in the shade of the trees, and bingo in the shade of the pavilion.
It was a fun day and everybody had a good time.