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Rooting on the Fourth

| July 5, 2024 1:00 AM

The theme of the Sandpoint Lions Fourth of July parade was “Back to Our Roots,” remembering the hard workers who molded the community that Sandpoint knows today.

    Dover Mayor George Eskridge drives an antique tractor down First Avenue during the Sandpoint Lions Fourth of July Grand Parade.
 
 
    Shirley Stevens and Norma Laude, parade marshals for the Sandpoint Lions Fourth of July Grand Parade, ride on a float in the Thursday parade.
 
 
    Area youngsters wave American flags as they watch floats make their way down Church Street during the Sandpoint Lions' Grand Parade on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    A youngster charges ahead of a Sandpoint Police officer leading the children's parade. The event kicked off the Sandpoint Lions Fourth of July fun in downtown Sandpoint. The pair of parades packed the downtown as the more-than-hour-long Grand Parade and the shorter children's parade saw thousands of people pack the downtown core.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Sandpoint Mayor Jeremy Grimm takes part in the Sandpoint Lions Fourth of July Grand Parade.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Sandpoint Lions members ride down First Avenue during the Grand Parade.
 
 


    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
      
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.
 
 
    Fun on the Fourth of July.