It's always, easier to criticize something created by someone else than to create it yourself, but in my opinion the Days of '47 Parade was the poorest I have seen. Where were the old wagons, stagecoaches, beautiful horses, rigs, buggies and old cars? President Thomas S. Monson would have looked good in a 1917 Model T. and Sen. Bob Bennett in a 1926 Essex.

I missed the unicycle that is usually there.

The marching bands provide an opportunity for young people to participate but contribute very little. And commercials now ruin the parade.

Kenneth Nessen

Centerville