Wyandotte loves a parade

Photos by Sue Suchyta The sun shone on Wyandotte at 10 a.m. July 4 as crowds lined Biddle from Northline to Eureka for the city’s annual Independence Day Parade. Veterans organizations were strongly represented, including the Military Order of the Purple Heart (above), Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. Scouts, dance groups and arts organizations joined the parade, along with local politicians, the city's vintage base ball team, bands and the Moslem Temple Shriners on motorcycles, mini bikes, miniature cars, dressed as clowns and more.

Photos by Sue Suchyta
The sun shone on Wyandotte at 10 a.m. July 4 as crowds lined Biddle from Northline to Eureka for the city’s annual Independence Day Parade. Veterans organizations were strongly represented, including the Military Order of the Purple Heart (above), Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. Scouts, dance groups and arts organizations joined the parade, along with local politicians, the city’s vintage base ball team, bands and the Moslem Temple Shriners on motorcycles, mini bikes, miniature cars, dressed as clowns and more.

 

The Moslem Temple Shrine Legion of Honor.

The Moslem Temple Shrine Legion of Honor.

 

In Focus Dance Center of Wyandotte.

In Focus Dance Center of Wyandotte.

 

Wyandotte's Rogalin Dance Troupe, sponsored by the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America, Society 162.

Wyandotte’s Rogalin Dance Troupe, sponsored by the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America, Society 162.