Families have a blast at Del Mar parade

Charlie Lain, Tom McGreal, John Henry Lain, Mayor Don Mosier, Lee Haydu, Terry Sinnott

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Local residents celebrated the Fourth of July at the Del Mar Foundation’s Independence Day Parade at Powerhouse Park. Parade-goers decorated their bikes, scooters, wagons, strollers and pets for the event. Americana singer-songwriter Shawn Rohlf provided live music for the marchers plus a brief concert after the parade. Tom McGreal reprised his role as Uncle Sam, Mayor Don Mosier and City Council Members Lee Haydu and Terry Sinnott handed out American flags and medals to everyone who participated. Photos: Jon Clark and Jill Weitzen MacDonald

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