Sedalia celebrates independence


About 100 people attended the Fourth of July parade Monday in Downtown Sedalia, including three-wheeling cyclists sporting their patriotic Uncle Sam hats.


The Ladies of the Ivory Grille also demonstrated their patriotic spirit.


Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Christina Stratton waved at onlookers as she tossed candy to the children.


Uncle Sam himself made an appearance demonstrating what it mans to be a true patriot.


Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada and Sedalia City Councilman Russell Driskell grilled up hot dogs for about 1,000 people who came to Centennial Park for the 10th annual Fourth of July Picnic hosted by the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department.


State Representative Nathan Beard spoke with volunteers serving up hot dogs at the community Fourth of July picnic.


The bounce house at the community picnic provided hours of fun for kids. Just ask Tyler Butterbaush, 2, front left, his brother, Dylan Butterbaugh, 8, front right, Kateleynn Butterbaugh, 11, and Jessica Clark, 11.


About 100 people attended the Fourth of July parade Monday in Downtown Sedalia, including three-wheeling cyclists sporting their patriotic Uncle Sam hats.

The Ladies of the Ivory Grille also demonstrated their patriotic spirit.

Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Christina Stratton waved at onlookers as she tossed candy to the children.

Uncle Sam himself made an appearance demonstrating what it mans to be a true patriot.

Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada and Sedalia City Councilman Russell Driskell grilled up hot dogs for about 1,000 people who came to Centennial Park for the 10th annual Fourth of July Picnic hosted by the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department.

State Representative Nathan Beard spoke with volunteers serving up hot dogs at the community Fourth of July picnic.

The bounce house at the community picnic provided hours of fun for kids. Just ask Tyler Butterbaush, 2, front left, his brother, Dylan Butterbaugh, 8, front right, Kateleynn Butterbaugh, 11, and Jessica Clark, 11.

About 100 people attended the Fourth of July parade Monday in Downtown Sedalia, including three-wheeling cyclists sporting their patriotic Uncle Sam hats.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0617.jpgAbout 100 people attended the Fourth of July parade Monday in Downtown Sedalia, including three-wheeling cyclists sporting their patriotic Uncle Sam hats.

The Ladies of the Ivory Grille also demonstrated their patriotic spirit.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0619.jpgThe Ladies of the Ivory Grille also demonstrated their patriotic spirit.

Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Christina Stratton waved at onlookers as she tossed candy to the children.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0624.jpgMiss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Christina Stratton waved at onlookers as she tossed candy to the children.

Uncle Sam himself made an appearance demonstrating what it mans to be a true patriot.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0635.jpgUncle Sam himself made an appearance demonstrating what it mans to be a true patriot.

Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada and Sedalia City Councilman Russell Driskell grilled up hot dogs for about 1,000 people who came to Centennial Park for the 10th annual Fourth of July Picnic hosted by the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0650.jpgPettis County Clerk Nick La Strada and Sedalia City Councilman Russell Driskell grilled up hot dogs for about 1,000 people who came to Centennial Park for the 10th annual Fourth of July Picnic hosted by the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department.

State Representative Nathan Beard spoke with volunteers serving up hot dogs at the community Fourth of July picnic.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0660.jpgState Representative Nathan Beard spoke with volunteers serving up hot dogs at the community Fourth of July picnic.

The bounce house at the community picnic provided hours of fun for kids. Just ask Tyler Butterbaush, 2, front left, his brother, Dylan Butterbaugh, 8, front right, Kateleynn Butterbaugh, 11, and Jessica Clark, 11.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0676.jpgThe bounce house at the community picnic provided hours of fun for kids. Just ask Tyler Butterbaush, 2, front left, his brother, Dylan Butterbaugh, 8, front right, Kateleynn Butterbaugh, 11, and Jessica Clark, 11.
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