Future University of Texas students Ethan Williams, left, and Trent Henk, represent their school and country with the Texas Exes during the Fourth of July parade on Main Street to celebrate the nation’s independence. — Standard-Radio Post/ Joshua McKinney
Charlie Kiehne, a Fredericksburg City Council member and real estate broker associate at Real Estate Advisory Team, greets the crowd lining the sidewalks of Main Street during the Fredericksburg Community Fourth of July Parade on Thursday. Driving Kiehne are his granddaughters, Kenley, right, and Peyton Kiehne. The parade made its way through Main Street, bringing out the best in local patriotism that morning. — Standard-Radio Post/Joshua McKinney
A group of women veterans — including, from left, Stephanie Hagee, Regina Rosenwinkle, Ruth Sarnecki, Vicki Marsh, Andrea Culpepper and Carol Baethge — ride on a Zonta Club-sponsored float during the Fourth of July parade.
Aspen Egli, left, and Rose Kneese wave to some friends camped out on Main Street during the Fourth of July parade. The two were riding in the back of a Hill Country Mobile Mechanic truck.
Henry Blechl, right, and Jo Nell Blechl drive down Main Street in a 1957 Chevy Bel Air as one of the Fredericksburg Vintage Car Club’s Fourth of July parade entries. All were accepted provided they had patriotric displays. Riding in the back seat are Joe Harris and Laurie Harris of Shreveport.
Red, white, blue on Main
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