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Photos: American pride rain or shine -- Spicer Grand Day Fourth of July Parade

Erica Dischino / Tribune The Spicer American Legion headlines the July 4th Grand Day Parade Wednesday in downtown Spicer.1 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune Paul Hagen, from left; Nancy Birkeland and Betty Hagen sit on the grass to watch the July 4th Grand Day Parade Wednesday in downtown Spicer.2 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune The Spicer American Legion float leads the July 4th Grand Parade Wednesday through downtown Spicer.3 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune Bob Goblirsch stands among the antiques at the Antique Flea Market at Bell Tower Antiques in downtown Spicer before the July 4th Grand Day Parade Wednesday.4 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune Community members browse the Antique Flea Market at Bell Tower Antiques in downtown Spicer before the July 4th Grand Day Parade Wednesday.5 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune Annika Struck, 6, decked out in red, white and blue, laughs while her family watches for the July 4th Grand Parade Wednesday in downtown Spicer.6 / 11
Erica Dischino / TribuneGo-kart drivers from Big Kahuna Fun Park ride in the July 4th Grand Parade Wednesday in downtown Spicer.7 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune An American flag waves on the back of a truck in downtown Spicer Wednesday before the July 4th Grand Day Parade Wednesday.8 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune Community members decked out in red, white and blue pride watch the July 4th Grand Parade in downtown Spicer Wednesday morning.9 / 11
Erica Dischino / Tribune Robyn Powers wears a poncho to protect herself from the rain while waiting for the July 4th Grand Day Parade to begin Wednesday in downtown Spicer.10 / 11
Erica Dischino / TribuneTucker Janssen, 6, left, with Ben Janssen and Kolby Pagel, 13, decked out in red, white and blue wait for candy to be thrown off of the floats during the July 4th Grand Day Parade Wednesday in downtown Spicer.11 / 11

SPICER - Community members decked out in red, white and blue pride watched the July 4th Grand Parade despite the rain in downtown Spicer Wednesday morning. The parade consisted of businesses, organizations, officials and politicians from the community.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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