The float carried representatives of both the youngest and the oldest descendants of the original Kashubian immigrants: baby Jocelynn Sulpher was accompanied by her parents,
Michael and Tracy Sulpher, her grandparents, David and Carol Sulpher, and great grandmother, Marcella Cybulski. All wore pioneer costumes. The oldest male descendant on the float was Mike Sulpher
Senior also wearing a pioneer costume. Others on the float included Kay Kasaboski, Arnold Pastway, Agnes (Visneskie) Narazeny, and Rose (Visneskie) Schinkel wearing pioneer costumes;
Veronica Bially and Stella Madigan wearing Kashub costumes; and a band of excellent musicians: on fiddle: Nancy Nadobny Bailey, Maureen Blimkie, Andrew Walker [a descendant of the Roubles] and Ray Chapeskie; on guitar: Elsie Coulas, Scott Andrechek, Richard Sernoskie. The upbeat tunes and the happy faces reflect the positive attitude and the good life the Polish Kashubs have made for themselves in Renfrew and Renfrew County for the past 150 years.