Great turnout for Plain City July 4th parade

(Posted July 5, 2024)

By Kristy Zurbrick, Editor

Plain City’s July 4th parade always enjoys a great turnout of spectators and parade entries. This year’s event was no exception.

Jenny Petersheim, co-owner of Hair Loft 120, cools down the parade crowd with a squirt from her water gun. Joining her aboard the Hair Loft 120 float are Lyndsey Justus (left) and Morgan Haman.
Representatives of Master Kim’s MegaKick Martial Arts stop in the middle of the parade route to put on a high-flying, board-breaking demonstration.
From atop his dad Ryan’s shoulders, Boston Billings, 2, waves “hi” to all the people, floats, trucks, and fire engines in Plain City’s Independence Day parade.
The Starlight Twirlers were well represented with dozens of twirlers performing as they made their way along the parade route.
Boy Scout Troop 90 chose a construction theme for their parade entry, promoting the message that Scouting helps youths to “build friendship and confidence.”
As the first parade entrants round the corner, Nancy Swartz of Plain City holds Gracie who has attended the Plain City Independence Day parade since she was a pup. Gracie is now 14.5 years old.
Members of the Plain City Lions Club throw candy and interact with the crowd.
Kalan McCutcheon (right) does his best impression of an inflatable air dancer aboard the CDZ Athletics parade entry. Joining him is his dad, Chas McCutcheon (left), who co-owns CDZ Athletics with David Lanka and Zack Schuller.
The Plain City Sharks swim team were among the many entries in this year’s Plain City Independence Day parade.
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