CLINTON -- In Clinton, fire trucks, marchers and floats made their way through the village green as a part of their annual tradition to celebrate the Fourth of July.
Families in Clinton lined the streets for the Fourth of July parade.
One of the biggest draws of the parade was the bike display, which allows children to take part in the festivities as much as the adults.
Bicyles, tricycles and wagons were decked out in red, white and blue.
Families cheered from along the sidelines. Some parade floats even threw out candy and other goodies to the crowds.
Westmoreland High School's marching band also took part in the parade.
The parade was followed by a fireworks display on the lawn of Clinton High School.
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