Scenes from London’s Fourth of July parade

(Posted July 8, 2019)

By Dedra Cordle, Staff Photographer

The annual 4th of July parade in the city of London saw its most participants to date. According to Mayor Patrick Closser, more than 60 businesses, organizations and sports teams took part.

Tiffany Null and Prince the miniature horse traveled from Mount Sterling to participate in the parade.
Members of the Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails pedal the route.
(Seated from left) Marty Komives, his mother Mary Komives, 99, and his wife Elaine Komives, along with Debbie Becchiarelli (standing), are full of smiles and good cheer as they wait for the parade to start.
Members of the London Fast Pitch Softball 8U Storm team raise their championship trophies aboard their float.
The London Fire Department brought out this relic from the 1920s.
Cadence Fleming, 4, plugs her ears at as the fire department sounds the alarm.
Spider-Man took time out of his busy world-saving schedule to participate in the parade.
The Strawberry Festival queens wave to the crowd.
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