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Northbrook's Ray Zenimoto, 5, rides his bike in the Kids Bike Parade just before the annual Fourth of July Parade. EVAN THOMAS/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Northbrook Historical Society members (left to right) Carl Yudell, Norm Victorson and Ron Schinleber as a "timeline."
Young clowns decked greet everyone at the Northbrook Fourth of July Parade. phOTOs submitted
Northbrook's Robert Sholty (left), 8, laughs with his brother, William, 4, at the parade. EVAN THOMAS/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Danielle Perlin, Staff Writer
4:34 pm CDT July 7, 2014

Northbrook residents and out-of-towners lined picnic chairs along the annual Fourth of July Parade route on Friday while children awaited candy to fill their empty bags.
About 72 parade participants drove, walked or rode on floats east up Cherry Lane in Northbrook, celebrating Independence Day with loud music, friendly smiles and family fun.
Scott Dickey, who now lives in Mississippi but grew up in Northbrook, recalled when he was part of the parade with the Glenbrook North High School marching band.