Thursday Nov 11 2010 comments Veterans Day Parade, judging stand views By: Telegraph photography by Don Chaddock -A +A The Folsom High Marching Band stopped during the parade to perform a few numbers in front of the judging stand. Parade emcee Raymond Lauderdale, with Perfect Sounds DJ Services, prepped for the parade. Flags wave as people watch the parade. One of the many floats in the parade, this one made to look like a tank. It was put together by a local scout troop. More than 150 vehicles participated in the Veterans Day Parade in Folsom. The Folsom, El Dorado, Sacramento Historical Railroad Association brought out their Skagit for the parade. The Folsom Trails Girl Scouts group, comprising numerous girl scout troops, jammed the street as they made their way down the parade route. Folsom Trails Girl Scouts march in the Veterans Day Parade in Folsom. City Councilman Ernie Sheldon, left, thanks veterans Carl Fishel, Kent Garman and Mike Jones for the service. The veterans served as judges for the parade. Locals began to line Natoma Street near the judges stand by 8:30 a.m., awaiting the start of the Veterans Day Parade. Students from the Folsom Cordova Charter School hand letters to the veterans on the judging stand as they marched in the Veterans Day Parade. Veterans, who also served as judges for the Wayne Spence Veterans Day Parade, salute the flag as is goes by. From left are Carl Fishel, Kent Garman and Mike Jones.