The Middleport Fire Department leads the more than two dozen trucks in Tuesday evening’s parade in Middleport.
Kids of all ages pedaled their way through the parade on Tuesday in Middleport, including Rachel Lawhon.
The Meigs Marching Band was among the parade participants, with the flaggers using red, white and blue flags for the occasion.
Feeney-Bennett American Legion Post 128 of Middleport rode in the parade and conducted the flag raising ceremony at Dave Diles Park after the parade.
Nearly a dozen children rode bicycles and other pedal vehicles in the parade.
The Middleport Police Department lead the parade into the village on Tuesday.
A sign announcing the Grand Marshal was carried in front of the car Clatworthy rode in.
Grand Marshal Henry Clatworthy makes his way along the parade route.
State Representative Jay Edwards shakes hands with some of those in attendance at the parade. Edwards participated in all three Independence Day parades in Meigs County.
Chloe Smith and Quentin Smith throw candy from a Jeep in Tuesday evening’s parade.
Feeney-Bennett American Legion Post 128 conducted the flag raising following the parade in Middleport.
Several motorcycles were among the parade participants on Tuesday evening.
Sheriff Keith Wood and his daughter Olivia stand for the flag raising and the National Anthem.
The Meigs Marching Band was among the parade participants in Middleport on Tuesday evening.
The Meigs County Council on Aging makes their way through the parade, handing out bracelets and candy.