Grove City schools and organizations take part in WABA Parade

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
The Westland Area Business Association hosted its annual Independence Day Parade and Celebration last week. For close to an hour, more than 25 parade entries brought cheer, smiles, and tons of goodies to the masses who lined up along West Broad Street to see the popular event. Among the entries who delighted the crowds with musical performances were the local high school marching bands from Grove City. Pictured here is the marching band at Grove City High School as they entertain the crowd.
The Central Crossing High School marching band travels down West Broad Street, delighting the crowd as they showcase their musical skills.
Pride in Grove City, a non-profit organization that promotes and supports inclusiveness in the community, marches down the street. The LGBTQIA friendly organization was making their third appearance in the WABA parade.
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