Fourth of July

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The Broussard family’s float, titled “Celebrating America” makes its way down the Kenai Spur Highway in Kenai on Wednesday during the Fourth of July parade. The float featured a reenactment of the flag raising on Iwo Jima from World War II and a replica of the Statue of Liberty. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Parade spectators are reflected in a puddle on the Kenai Spur Highway. The parade was spared rainfall that had been predicted for the day. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Ethan Redfern waves to the crowd from the Boys and Girls Club of the Kenai Peninsula’s entry. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Taylor Kishbaugh and Montana White huddle under a blanket to watch the parade Wednesday. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Trish Guy hands out flags supplied by the American Legion Post 20 near the start of the parade Wednesday. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Chuck Walker’s dog Maggie holds a flag as the parade passes the corner of the Kenai Spur Highway and Main Street Loop. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Emma Castimore covers her ears as one of the parade’s louder entries passes. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Joan Brewer keeps her Yorkshire terrier Mignon warm while watch Wednesday’s parade. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Logan Allen is reflected in a vehicle mirror as he waves the flag from a sunroof on the Liberty Tax Service’s parade entry. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Michael Parshall and his brother Joshua Lavigne share candy during the parade. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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Rebekah Krogseng keeps a fruity iced drink next to her Western-attired feet on the AA Dans Construction float. “It’s not the best choice of drink for this cold day,” she said. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)
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The Kenai Senior Center’s Swinging Golden Girls perform during the parade. (Photo by M. Scott Moon)

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Kenai Peninsula residents celebrate the Fourth of July with a parade through downtown Kenai.

 

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