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Rexburg’s July 4th Parade

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Rexburg’s local 4th of July parade took place on Main Street and S 2nd W in Rexburg, Idaho on Monday morning.

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Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

BYU-Idaho students played songs like “La Bomba” on the steel drums during the parade.

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Several groups, businesses and organizations expressed their patriotism through music.

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Whoopee Days horse riders joined in the parade, waving to the community on the side of the road.

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

The Madison High School marching band marched along as they played their school anthem.

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

Veterans from different branches of the U.S. military waved the U.S. flag and the State flag in honor of our country.

Rexburg 4th of July parade
Brooks McFadden | Scroll Photography

 

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