July 4th Parade
THE MOUNTAIN TOP ROTARY CLUB participated in the July 4th Parade, promoting their Rotary Train Ride fundraiser along the way.
MISS SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY Caroline Jones, a Mountaintop resident and student at King’s College, made an appearance in the July 4th Parade.
WWII STUART TANK “Lady Lois” was the main attraction in Mountaintop’s July 4th Parade. The tank was built in Berwick at American Car & Foundry between 1940 and 1944. Todd Ayers of Ayers Towing picked up the tank in Berwick and pulled the trailer that hauled the 40,000 tank in the parade.
LEGION MEMBERS and Boy Scouts marched in the July 4th Parade, displaying their flags along the way.
CRESTWOOD MARCHING BAND entertained parade watchers with patriotic songs during the annual July 4th Parade.
BIKES 4 STRIPES led the July 4th parade, thundering past awed onlookers lining the parade route.
KIWANIS CLUB OF MOUNTAINTOP members proudly displayed their banner as they marched in the July 4th Parade.
CRESTWOOD’S COLOR GUARD preceeded the school’s marching band in the July 4th Parade.
IMPRESSIVE OLD GLORY-Mt. Post 781 baseball team unfurled a huge American flag that spanned the roadway of the July 4th Parade route.