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Friday, July 4, 2014
The B Leo Dolan Color Guard starts Thursday's Independence Day Parade in Lockport. (PHOTOS BY HEATHER N. GRIMMER / CONTRIBUTOR)


Police Chief Larry Eggert and Community Police Aide Mark
Sanders make their way down the parade route.
This year's Independence Day Parade down Locust Street was everything it was made out to be.

The parade consisted of more than 40 units — including a balloon — and took over an hour to complete.

Long-time participants were all in attendance, including elected officials, fire trucks, and dance troupes. But this year even more got into the act.

The weather seemed to pause just for the parade as well, as a light rain stopped just as the parade units left Lockport High School around 6 p.m. and then resumed around 7:15 p.m. as the parade concluded at Walnut and Locust streets.

Prudden & Kandt's horse-drawn hearse is always impressive. 

There's more photos of the Lockport Independence Day Parade here.


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