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The Stony Creek Drum Corps braved the heat and marched in full dress. (Photo by Zoe Roos/The Source | Buy This Photo)
The parade makes its way down Boston Post Road. (Photo by Zoe Roos/The Source | Buy This Photo)
State Representative Noreen Kokoruda (R-101) waves to the crowd. (Photo by Zoe Roos/The Source | Buy This Photo)
A crowd favorite, the Pyramid Shriners Motor Patrol from Stratford delighted attendees with their performance in the parade. (Photo by Zoe Roos/The Source | Buy This Photo)
The Exchange club has organized the parade with volunteers since 1979. (Photo by Zoe Roos/The Source | Buy This Photo)
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The Madison Exchange Club’s 40th annual Independence Day Parade took place on July 4. The parade began downtown at 11 a.m. and made its way down Boston Post Road to the Surf Club. The theme of the parade this year commemorated the 100th anniversary of the American Legion and residents and visitors alike came out in droves—despite hot temperatures—to watch the parade.
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