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Photo Gallery: Northbrook celebrates with Independence Day parade
Northbrook Junior High seventh-grade girls show thier American spirit at the Northbrook Independence Day parade. Photos by Scott Margolin/22nd Century Media
Bike riders lead off the parade.
Eli Schneider (from left), Josie Gabbie Ackerman, Emily Schneider, Madi Gutierrez and Kristin Zick.
Northbrook Police Chief Adkins gets ready to lead the parade.
Members of the Glenbrook North poms teams pose.
Northbrook Village Board members leading the parade.
The parade crowd watches.
Ted (from left), Penelope and Chloe Mulch show off their Independence Day spirit.
Korean War veteran Ray Ogag takes part in the parade.
Veterans Tom Coogan (from left), Ran Schwenkler and Tom Mahoney with Matthew Leck, who is currently serving in Iraq.
The May family watches the parade.
The Glenbrook North marching band marches in the parade.
Members from Sunset Foods drive down in the parade.
Northbrook Baseball marches in the parade.
Glenbrook North football marches in the parade.
The Northbrook Girls Softball Association marches in the parade.
Northbrook Nine marches in the parade.
9:36 am CDT July 5, 2019
The Northbrook community came together to celebrate the Fourth of July with its Independence Day parade.
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