The Polebridge 4th, in pictures

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  • Joyce O’Hara, left, and Chris Heitz, pose for a photo before the July 4 parade. O’Hara was former Mrs. Polebridge and Heitz, the current.

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    His chain fell off.

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    Stopping the parade to watch the fighter planes fly over.

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    Freedom Bank President Don Bennett throws candy from the super all-terrain Sherp.

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    A spectator loses her glasses.

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    Being bear aware was an apt theme at this year’s parade.

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    Candy for the kids and one excited dog.

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    Artist Peter Moore kicks off his presidential bid.

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    Dan Jimmerson does magic tricks for the crowd during “intermission” as the parade turns around.

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    A vintage rig starts off the parade.

  • Joyce O’Hara, left, and Chris Heitz, pose for a photo before the July 4 parade. O’Hara was former Mrs. Polebridge and Heitz, the current.

  • 1

    His chain fell off.

  • 2

    Stopping the parade to watch the fighter planes fly over.

  • 3

    Freedom Bank President Don Bennett throws candy from the super all-terrain Sherp.

  • 4

    A spectator loses her glasses.

  • 5

    Being bear aware was an apt theme at this year’s parade.

  • 6

    Candy for the kids and one excited dog.

  • 7

    Artist Peter Moore kicks off his presidential bid.

  • 8

    Dan Jimmerson does magic tricks for the crowd during “intermission” as the parade turns around.

  • 9

    A vintage rig starts off the parade.

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