The July 4, 2005 Parade

It’s time to dig through the Institute’s Digital Archives and bring you another photo shoot! For the next couple photo shoots, we’ll be bringing you pictures from the 4th of July celebration in Grandville, Michigan. This first spread will bring you stills from the increasingly popular annual parade. It’s so popular that come election year, you can see a fair chunk of the candidates in this parade! So sit back and enjoy part one of The 4th of July, 2005!

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Dozens of Motorcycles announce the beginning of the parade


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Looking at the planes performing the annual fly-by

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A military band marches down the parade route


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The Grandville High School Marching Band

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Parades are always full of color and intrigue!


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The parade also brings out all the animals!

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Crowds gather to watch the festivities

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A music group performs for the parade viewers

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A very festive, open float for a private school


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The fire truck signals the end of the parade


And that’s some of the highlights of 2005’s 4th of July parade! On the next photo spread, expect to see bits and pieces of the day’s activities.

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2 Responses to “The July 4, 2005 Parade”

  1. Petey Says:

    July 4 was like 4 ever ago!!! loser

  2. Erika Says:

    lol, u GUYS!! Be NICE!!

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