American spirit shines at annual parade

EAST LONGMEADOW — Reminder Publications' photographer, George Skovera, walked the East Longmeadow Fourth of July parade route to capture the highlights of the annual celebration.

A long-time East Longmeadow resident, Brian Nichols regularly attends the parade.
Photo by George Skovera
Grand Marshall Jim Davis waves to the spectators.
Photo by George Skovera
Adam Oliveri from East Longmeadow cheers on the marchers.
Photo by George Skovera
Lemonade vendor Luke Whalen-Sylver, 8, of East Longmeadow does a brisk business on a hot and humid day.
Photo by George Skovera
Michael Sheehan and his son Ethan, 3, of Springfield march with VFW Post 625.
Photo by George Skovera
Korean War veteran and former POW Norm Renouf travels along the parade route.
Photo by George Skovera
Emma Wayland, 10, Noelle Moore, 10, and Addison Wayland, 4, enjoy the parade from a shady spot.
Photo by George Skovera
The Springfield Elks Lodge #61 float, "Atlantis," won first prize in the Open category.
Photo by George Skovera
Longmeadow's Dave Powell carries the flag for American Legion Post 293.
Photo by George Skovera
Shriner William Parmeter of Hatfield poses with friends Clyde the Camel and Ahab.
Photo by George Skovera
The Dan Kane Singers pass by in a double-decker bus.
Photo by George Skovera
Marvin Nay of Indian Orchard and the East Longmeadow Post 293 Riders.
Photo by George Skovera
Flutist Victoria Gour and the East Longmeadow High School Band.
Photo by George Skovera
Springfield's Italian American Band marches along Maple Street.
Photo by George Skovera
Chuck Serafin wheels past the crowd.
Photo by George Skovera
Katelin Bolduc, Miss Western Massachusetts.
Photo by George Skovera
East Longmeadow UNICO National Man of the Year, Joe Assad.
Photo by George Skovera
David Kern of East Longmeadow marches with the Springfield Kiltie Band.
Photo by George Skovera
Mary Kate Sullivan rides on the Springfield Colleens' float.
Photo by George Skovera
The Chicopee Colleens' float makes its way along Maple Street.
Photo by George Skovera
Kayley Danforth, 9, from Palmer, keeps cool under a parasol.
Photo by George Skovera
Auden Vigneaux, 2, from East Longmeadow, loves the parade.
Photo by George Skovera
The parade winds its way up North Main Street.
Photo by George Skovera
The marchers proceed along North Main Street.
Photo by George Skovera
 
 
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