The Meigs County Council on Aging participated in the parade, with their truck decorated as a box of fireworks.
Sometimes throwing the candy is as much fun as catching it. While some kids lined the streets to watch the parade, others participated, riding and throwing candy.
Children rode in the back of vehicles, as well as riding bicycles, four-wheelers and other forms of transportation in the parade.
Ronnie Salser and his grandson Lucas Hunter were among those driving tractors in Tuesday’s parade. Hunter’s mom (Salser’s daughter) Tonja Hunter is not pictured, but also drove a John Deere tractor in the parade.
Several kids rode bicycles in the parade.
A member of the American Legion salutes after raising the flag during the parade.
RACO officers rode in the parade in the “I LV RACO” Jeep.
Little Miss Meigs County Marcy Evans took part in the 4th of July Parade in Racine.
Numerous four-wheelers and ATVs were part of the annual parade.
The Southern Marching Band plays the National Anthem.
Antiquity Baptist Church had an Arctic themed float to match the theme for their upcoming Bible school.
A young rider makes her way through the parade.
The Racine Diggers minor league softball team were among the parade participants.
Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood waives to Weston who had rode with him during the parade in Racine on Tuesday. Weston helped the sheriff to throw candy.
The Southern Marching Band makes its way through the parade as they played patriotic music.
Members of the Racine American Legion rode in the parade and conducted the flag raising ceremony.
Numerous fire trucks and emergency vehicles were part of the parade on Tuesday morning.