Patriotic and proud
It was a large, happy and generally red, white and blue-clad crowd that turned out on the Fourth of July for the annual Wyandotte Independence Day Parade. Police, fire, veterans, the Wyandotte Roosevelt marching band, the Shriners and more took turns marching down Biddle to the delight of the throng gathered in Wyandotte’s downtown.
Parade-goers lined the sidewalks of downtown Wyandotte, clowns and roaring motorcycles and music marked the 90-minute event that marched down Biddle through the heart of the city’s business district. Wyandotte’s first responders, the Shriners and a large contingent of veteran’s groups highlighted the parade.