not getting as much glue on my hands as last year, that was probably
the hardest part getting all the glue off," Rose Float
Volunteer Kristen Berg said.
and the rest will join hundreds of other Key Club and Circle K
members from across the state.
us and the other volunteers, you wouldn't see those floats going
down the Boulevard on New Year's," Kiwanis Club Supervisor
Michael Berdinella said. "We have 300 people going, from
Merced to Visalia in my group."
5 Kiwanis Club Advisor Michael Berdinella says students will attach
thousands of roses and other flower petals to the Kiwanis International
float will be a forest theme," he said. "A tree house,
looking into backyards."
year's theme is; 2010 A Cut Above the Rest.
should be really pretty," Berg said. "We should be able
to add a lot of natural colors."
use more than just flowers.
use anything that was once alive, sea weed, saw dust, bark, leaves,
everything," Rose Float Volunteer Azlynn Taylor and Stephanie
Ma both say one of the best parts is watching the finished product
I actually saw it a couple of years ago, the float that we worked
on, it felt really good to know we actually helped make that,"
volunteers leave first thing in the morning from Manchester Center
in Fresno to Pasadena.
great experience, a life time memory, being able to see everyone
in the community of California getting involved," Rose Float
Volunteer Gary Kong said.
more information on the Kiwanis Club go to, http://www.division5trojans.webs.com/