By Debby Stricker
The crowd at the DuBois Polish Parade Sunday was at least one of the biggest ever, according to people who regularly attend the event on Casimer Pulaski weekend.
Laura Ryterski, who has walked in all 28 parades for the Farmers and Merchants Bank, said she thinks the crowd was the largest.
The parade definitely had the most entries, and lasted two hours. The KC parking lot, used as the staging area for entries, ran out of room.
A local bar/restaurant, the Mule Barn, was extremely busy, said co-owner Dawn Ratajcyk. The business sold food and drinks inside and outside, and had a DJ inside.
Patrons started coming in the morning, hours before the 1 p.m. parade, for Polish duck soup czarnina. Business was brisk for hours after the parade.
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