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

Concert in the Park - The Surfaris,

Wednesday, July 3, 2003


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Third page of parade thumbnails, click here

2003 Parade Lineup

2003 T-shirt, click on the image

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4th of July Committee Pres. Hank Landsberg encourages people to buy fundraising t-shirts

Kiwanis Club sold pretzels and pizza

Council Member Tonja Torres takes a turn in the dunk tank

This gentleman dunked her a time or two

Scout troop 12 raised funds with a food booth

Jeff Ward and Diane Sands sell the SM Pioneer Days Assn. corn on the cob.  It was so popular, they ran out "ear"-ly

SM Rose Float Association sold hamburgers and hot dogs

Bud Switzer hangs list of Sierra Madre veterans

Part of the list

Grand Marshal John Grijalva, with rendering of Sierra Madre Veteran's Wall

People line up to buy 4th of July t-shirts

Another shot of Kiwanis booth

SMPD helped with security

Parks and Rec.'s Artemisa Pena takes a turn in the dunk tank

How about a ride Dad?

Had to wait a long time to get a shot of the SMRFA sign without a line blocking it

Chamber of Commerce held a 50/50 "opportunity" drawing

SMVFA hosted the beer garden, as always

Jim Moran tries to get people mad enough to buy more chances to dunk him


Jeff Lapides and Diane Sands in SMPDA corn both

Young ladies sell tickets to Chamber's 50/50 opportunity drawing



The Surfaris


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