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Residents celebrate July 4th at parades


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“As long as I’ve been here in Idaho, I’ve come to the Fourth of July parade, and every year it gets better,” said Taylor Jensen, a senior studying humanities. “I love the sense of community at the parade. It’s nice to come together with people other than students. I heard they used to hand out chocolate milk. I think they should bring that back.”

Idaho Falls also held an Independence Day parade with the theme “Pride in Patriotism.”

The parade went from 9 to 11:30 a.m. There were 106 floats and over 150,000 spectators.

Patty Lardone, of Seattle, flew into Idaho Falls with her family to meet with friends and spend the day together.

“We come to Idaho Falls every year, not just to see friends, but for the parade and the fireworks; they’re the best,” Laronde said.

Local businesses, high school bands, dance teams and youth gros represented their organizations and shared their talents with their floats.

A gro of girls from Jill Searle’s School of Dance performed a patriotic dance routine with American flag potato sack skirts, making a tribute to Idaho.

The designer took potato sacks, cut them into skirts and painted American flags onto them, in an attempt to add some local culture to the celebration.

Mountain River Ranch, a western-themed diner and show restaurant had a pretend showdown.

Many parade watchers said that this year was just as good as in the past and that they enjoyed their experience.

“My favorite part of the Fourth of July is getting together with family and friends and having the freedom to enjoy the day and our great country,” said Jackie Knutson, of Idaho Falls.



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