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Everyone was clapping and cheering as the troops went by.
People had some must respect for our soldiers.
Thank you to the U.S. Army for fighting for our freedom.
Now that is a big vehicle.
Marquette Major Dave Campana.
Kiwanis Firefighter of the year Kris Shirtz.
Teachers of the Year Lesley Addison and Ann Piereson.
Support Staff of the Year Sue Britton.
Kiwanis Police Officer of the Year Ben Takala.
A little piece of history right there on the streets in Marquette.
Public Works Employee of the Year Aaron Loehr.
Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 22.
The DAV is fulfilling the promises to those who have served.
The Marquette Kiwanis Club. Can't wait for the Chicken cook out!
One happy poodle.
Big Red and Bancroft Milk.
The roads were lined with people.
The MGH RN Staff Council had an awesome float.
They really put some hard work into this one, and they have matching shirts!
One of Lutey's gorgeous classics.
Rainy Creek Construction hauling the UYBC.
These guys got everyone singing along to America the Beautiful.
Canale Tonella Funeral Home with their beautiful dapple gray draft horses.
Such beautiful animals!
This is such a unique hearse!
A beautiful hearse pulled by a tricycle
BSB Masonry and Flatwork.
The UPAWS Dog House! Adopt a pet.
There was a strong turn out on Washington today.
The Knights of Columbus
We didn't get to see and rodeo tricks, but there were horses!
The "Great Lakes Rodeo Calvary" - At least for the day.
The rodeo is every year at the Marquette Fair Grounds.
Catch the 2019 Great Lakes Rodeo at the Marquette Fair Grounds in June.
Whistler's just recently moved to a new location in Marquette.
These guys were jamming out.
An all around symbol of America - Big trucks and American Flags.
The Marquette Redettes Varsity Dance Team.
The MSHS Marching Band.
It's the 100th year anniversary of the U.P. Children's Museum.
Stop in and check out the museum on Baraga Street in Marquette.
With the 90 degree weather, I think everyone was wishing it was October already!
Celebrate Marquette's Haunted Hayride's 10th Anniversary this fall.
Miss Upper Peninsula and Miss Upper Peninsula Teen.
Everyone in the crowd was guessing that thing wasn't very light.
Peak Fitness showing off their skills.
Everyone was blown away by this girls gymnastic abilities.
Marquette's local college, Northern Michigan University.
Kids loved the green and gold necklaces.
This woman unicycled the entire way!
The Statue of Liberty and Uncle Sam making their appearance.
The NMU Pep Band was really jamming out.
Can't wait to see the new admissions building when it's done.
Who doesn't enjoy seeing cute dog?
Pet Therapy professionals of Marquette County.
Mr. McGregor's Garden.
It was so hot, Everyone was wondering if they were really selling ice cream in the middle of the parade.
Willy Nilly's Good and Chilly Frozen Treats.
New Attitudes Dance Studio
These kids put on one heck of a show!
They had bikers of all sizes, big and small!
The cyclists were showing off their stuff.
All of the kids from the Marquette Kart Club where sitting in their karts on the float.
Smoothie King sure did sound good...
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Marquette Regional History Center.
Studio Dance was on site too!
The Pere Marquette Scouting Group.
The Marquette parade was bigger and better than ever.
Looking for a wedding photographer? Vafa Photography might be the one for you!
Checker brought out one of their trolleys!
Team Wireless from Verizon.
U.P. Health, Home & Hospice.
Help fine a cure from Blood Cancer.
Join the fight and fine a cure.
Don't miss Blues Fest this Labor Day Weekend.
Blues Fest is at the Lower Harbor each year!
Marquette Hope is located on Front Street in Marquette.
Ed McBroom is running for Senate.
Thanks to the Marquette Township Fire Department!
These guys will be present at tonight's fireworks display in case the Ore Dock catches fire again.
The first responder units were toward the back this time.
The kids loved the truck horns.
Chocolay brought their fire engine out.
Congrats to Mill Creek on their 10th Anniversary.
This kid had some cool tricks.
The Superior Pipes & Drums and Keweenaw School of Highland Dance were both the Marquette and Ishpeming parades.
They sure looked and sounded great.
Mike Carey is running for the 38th District Senate.
Vote in the primary on August 7th.
Catch a Dead River Derby Bout!
Learn more about C.U.F.F.S at citizensunitedforfreedomandfirearms.org/
Superior Auto and Mr. Wrecker are merging!
Superior Pro Training can get you ready for any emergency.
The Marquette Board of Light and Power.
The Trail Enthusiast of Marquette County!
These guys have a lot of fun the trails, but take care of them too!
Who wouldn't want to ride around in the woods in one of these?
Do we have a race?
Learn more about T.E.A.M at trailridersmqt.org.
One of the more interesting floats during the parade.
Upper Peninsula General Contracting was Best of Show at the 2018 UP Builders Show.
Crossroads Truck Repair showed off their brand new 50 ton tow truck
This thing sure is loud too!
If you've got a big tow job, Crossroads is the business to call!
Lake Michigan Armory offers CPL classes and more.
RRN's vehicles during the Marquette Parade.
Ojibwa Casino was giving out beach balls!
It's Mr. U.P.!
Congratulations to Robert Kemp, Mr. U.P.
Stop by the Vista Theatre in Negaunee.
Don't miss Anatomy of a Murder at the Vista Theatre.
The League of Women Voters were out today encouraging people to register to vote..
TV6's Upper Peninsula News Source truck.
Midway Rentals tossing out the candy.
Follow the Burger Bus on Facebook to find out where they'll be.
Thanks to UP Health System
Don't forget to vote this year.
Representing the Democratic Party.
Donate to the Regional Blood Center and help save lives.
Double Trouble DJ's were rocking out.
Big thanks to all of our first responders.
Norlite Nursing Center came out today too.
Don't forget you can always get around with Marq-Tran.

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