Celebrating the 4th in the WABA Parade

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
The Westland Area Business Association hosted its annual Independence Day Parade and Celebration on June 29. For close to an hour, more than 25 parade entries brought cheer, smiles, and tons of goodies to the hundreds of residents and neighboring guests who lined up along West Broad Street to see the popular event. Among the masses who were seen showcasing their patriotic pride with their American flags and festive clothing was Roy Vaught Jr. The Galloway resident says he tries to dress accordingly to celebrate the nation’s Independence Day.
Greg Roberts and his daughter, June, get ready for the festivities to begin. The fashionable 4-year-old collaborated with her mother to design the shirt she is wearing.
Angel Animal Hospital employees, supporters, and canines march down West Broad Street.
The Franklin Heights High School marching band performs for the crowd.
The Westland High School marching band performs for an appreciative audience.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard was the first entry in the parade down West Broad Street.
The Flyers Pizza mascot delighted the crowd.
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