The 30th Town of Farragut Fourth of July Parade Did Not Disappoint

This morning at 9:30 a.m. the Town of Farragut hosted their 30th Fourth of July Parade. The rain did not keep the spectators away. Kingston Pike was filled on both sides for nearly the entire two mile route.

TN State Champion Farragut Football Coach Eddie Cortney, myself and Farragut Boys Athletic Director Don Dodgen

TN State Champion Farragut Football Coach Eddie Courtney, myself and Former Farragut Boys Basketball Coach and Boys Athletic Director Don Dodgen

The Sonshine Class from First Baptist Concord

The Sonshine Class from First Baptist Concord

Knox County Circuit Court Clerk Candidate Charles Susano and his volunteers prepare for the parade.

Knox County Circuit Court Clerk Candidate Charles Susano and his volunteers prepare for the parade.

Knox County Clerk Candidate Tim Wheeler, our mutual friend Brook Krug and myself before the parade.

Knox County Clerk Candidate Tim Wheeler, our mutual friend Brook Krug and myself before the parade.

Knox County Circuit Court Clerk Don Ridings and his volunteers.

Knox County Circuit Court Clerk Candidate Don Ridings and his volunteers.

Knox County Circuit Court Clerk Candidate Tim Wheeler and his volunteers

Knox County Circuit Court Clerk Candidate Tim Wheeler and his volunteers

Knox County Mayor Candidate Glenn Jacobs and his volunteers prepare for the parade.

Knox County Mayor Candidate Glenn Jacobs and his volunteers prepare for the parade.

Knox County Mayor Candidate Bob Tomas and his supporters.

Knox County Mayor Candidate Bob Tomas and his supporters.

Supporters of Nick McBride, Candidate for Knox County Register of Deeds visit before the parade

Supporters of Nick McBride, Candidate for Knox County Register of Deeds visit before the parade

Members of Cornerstone Church of Knoxville

Members of Cornerstone Church of Knoxville

Two Men and a Truck was a crowd pleaser.

Two Men and a Truck was a crowd pleaser.

Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr. with Knox County Commission at Large candidate Justin Biggs and his wife Heather

Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr. with Knox County Commission at Large candidate Justin Biggs and his wife Heather

Knox County Commission at Large Candidate Justin Biggs and his wife Heather with an Armed Forces Veteran

Knox County Commission at Large Candidate Justin Biggs and his wife Heather with an Armed Forces Veteran

Knox County Commission at Large Candidate Justin Biggs and his wife Heather with an Armed Forces Veteran

Knox County Commission at Large Candidate Justin Biggs and his wife Heather with an Armed Forces Veteran

A view of the crowd.

A view of the crowd.

Another view of the crowd

Another view of the crowd

A great American along the parade route.

A great American along the parade route.

Knox News Photographer Michael Patrick capturing images for the paper.

Knox News Photographer Michael Patrick capturing images for the paper.

 


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1 Response

  1. What The Clerk says:

    Why is Carla working on Charlie’s campaign and pictured attending a kick off for Scott? Makes no sense? But I’ve seen worse. Only explanation I can come up with is free food?

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