Sunbury’s Fourth of July parade


Grand marshals for Sunbury’s Fourth of July parade rode in style, in a Camaro convertible. The hour-long parade had more than 50 entrants, including local businesses, politicians, students, scouts, along with big trucks and the Big Walnut High School marching band and cheerleaders. Plenty of candy and trinkets were thrown, eagerly snatched up by children and their parents alike. All of eastern Delaware County was represented, except for Genoa Township Police and Fire Departments, which appeared in the Westerville parade.


Grand marshals for Sunbury’s Fourth of July parade rode in style, in a Camaro convertible. The hour-long parade had more than 50 entrants, including local businesses, politicians, students, scouts, along with big trucks and the Big Walnut High School marching band and cheerleaders. Plenty of candy and trinkets were thrown, eagerly snatched up by children and their parents alike. All of eastern Delaware County was represented, except for Genoa Township Police and Fire Departments, which appeared in the Westerville parade.

Grand marshals for Sunbury’s Fourth of July parade rode in style, in a Camaro convertible. The hour-long parade had more than 50 entrants, including local businesses, politicians, students, scouts, along with big trucks and the Big Walnut High School marching band and cheerleaders. Plenty of candy and trinkets were thrown, eagerly snatched up by children and their parents alike. All of eastern Delaware County was represented, except for Genoa Township Police and Fire Departments, which appeared in the Westerville parade.
http://www.sunburynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/48/2017/07/web1_DSC00173.jpgGrand marshals for Sunbury’s Fourth of July parade rode in style, in a Camaro convertible. The hour-long parade had more than 50 entrants, including local businesses, politicians, students, scouts, along with big trucks and the Big Walnut High School marching band and cheerleaders. Plenty of candy and trinkets were thrown, eagerly snatched up by children and their parents alike. All of eastern Delaware County was represented, except for Genoa Township Police and Fire Departments, which appeared in the Westerville parade.

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