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Sierra Madre Fourth of July, 2003
2003 Grand Marshal: John Grijalva


Back to 4th of July main page, click here

Surfaris concert in the park, click here

First page of parade thumbnails, click here

Second page of parade thumbnails, click here

2003 Parade Lineup

2003 T-shirt, click on the image

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It appears as though the parade lineup was not strictly adhered to, so some of these captions are my best guess.  Please let me know if I've mis-captioned your picture.  I'll be happy to make the correction.


Not sure who this entry is

Scout pack 31 from Assumption School

The Unknown Kazoo Band

Sierra Madre Environmental Action Council

A Scout pack, not sure which one

Congregational Church

Congregational Church

Pioneer Days 1932 Ford Phaeton loaned by Ed Justice

"Pioneer" Sierra Madreans from the 1910s and 20s, Bob Mitchell and Joe Hinojos

Katrelya Angus

Residents for Preservation of Sierra Madre

Laurel's Apparel Service

A closer shot of the ladies of Laurel's

Cub Scout Pack 113 from Hugo Reid School

Jack Conway's 1930 Model A Ford with Tangley CA-43 calliope

Vintage Cyclery of Pasadena or Benson Family bicycles


1936 and 1937 Packards, 1953 Lincoln, Bill and Diane O'Neil

Old Firetruck, Rod Pyle

1930 Model A Pickup, James Constantian

Not sure who this is

Uncle Sam on bicycle

Corvettes Limited

Century 21 Village Realty

Honda 600 club

Horses on Astroturf

Not sure who this is

Sierra Madre Chorale

Sierra Madre Playhouse

 Pasadena Shrine Club

Not sure who this is

Or this one either

"Sierra Madre Fun Society

Night Blooming Jazzmen at the Park after the Parade

Ed Justice poses with 1932 Ford Phaeton the Justice Bros. Museum loaned Pioneer Days Association


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