Groveport celebrates the Fourth of July

Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
The city of Groveport is known for its annual big Fourth of July celebration and this year’s event lived up to its tradition with the Main Street parade, dazzling fireworks, live music and more. Pictured here is the Groveport Madison High School Marching Band performing during the parade.
The Groveport United Methodist Church’s float in the parade promoted World Vision’s efforts to raise awareness of the worldwide clean water crisis. The float featured a working water fountain. Pictured here with the float, from left to right, are Keith Babbert, Vicki Babbert, Patty Flowers, and Larry Flowers.
Larry Dowler admires a 1953 Case tractor prior to the parade. Several antique tractors participated in the parade.
The Groveport Madison cheerleaders kept spirits high throughout the parade.
The Groveport Community VBS (Vacation Bible School) float was one of several colorful and imaginative floats in the parade.
Groveport Madison Cruiser football players joined the parade.
Groveport Madison Cruiser soccer players displayed their skills during the parade.
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