Grove City well represented in WABA Parade

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
The Westland Area Business Association hosted its annual Independence Day Parade and Celebration on June 24. For close to an hour, dozens of businesses, high school marching bands, dance companies, and civic associations brought laughter, smiles, and thousands of pieces of candy to the masses who lined up along West Broad Street to see the beloved tradition on the city’s westside. Among the participants of the morning’s festivities were several schools and groups representing the southwest region. Here, the Grove City High School marching band performs for the large crowd.
Members of the Central Crossing High School marching band play their way down West Broad Street.
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 second appearance in the WABA parade.
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