Patriotic in Plain City


(Posted July 6, 2022)

By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor

Plain City enjoyed a great turnout for their Independence Day parade on July 4–not only spectators but parade entries which ranged from area businesses to youth sports teams.

Spectators, many spangled in red, white and blue, wait for the start of the Plain City Independence Day parade.
Members of Plain City’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3268 and American Legion Post 248 and auxiliaries march in the parade.
Members of Plain City’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3268 throw candy to the crowd.
For her work to preserve and promote Plain City’s history, Rosemary Anderson was named parade grand marshal.
The Aladdin Shrine Band provided live musical entertainment along the route.
Atop hay bales, members of Girl Scout Troop 5148 travel through the center of town.
Participants in the DNA Community Center’s summer day camp donned brightly colored t-shirts for their turn in the parade spotlight.
The Plain City Farmers Market makes a tradition of holding their opening day in conjunction with the village’s Independence Day celebration. Here, Denise Harless (left), owner of the Plain City Flower Farm, sells a bouquet to Gus Stinebaugh and Cheyenne Porcella.


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