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A 4th of July to remember

(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)

A 4th of July to remember

The Fourth of July started out in Scripps Ranch early in the morning as the Scripps Ranch Old Pros produced five athletic events, all launched between 7 and 8:30 a.m., and each ending at Hoyt Park where a small festival was held.

Then, starting at 10 a.m., the 48th annual Scripps Ranch Fourth of July Parade got underway, running through one of the community’s oldest neighborhoods, from Ironwood Road to Scripps Ranch Boulevard, ending at Aviary Drive.

Residents came out in droves. They sat cheering in yards and stood along sidewalks. The parade had everything from bands to politicians to principals to antique cars to teams, groups and organizations of all kinds.

The theme of this year’s event, produced by the Scripps Ranch Civic Association, was “Stars, Stripes and Dreams.”

(photo by John Gregory)
(photo by John Gregory)
(photo by John Gregory)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
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(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
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(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
(photo by Ralph LoVuolo)
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