How Our Parade Started
It is a source of pride that (unless a business advertisement appears on the float), there is no entry fee. With the help of banner supporters and L.A. County Supervisor Knabe,. Parade is still going strong. The faces of the parade committee have changed over the years,. But the desire to honor our country and provide a way to celebrate our nations birthday goes on. The first parade was in 1988 and was planned in two months! And Bill Lynch,. Kiwanis member Keith Cooper,. Your Town," to Tom Rathman. The v...
The Parade is a real major local event with post parade activities in Steinmetz Park. Local organizations have booths set up and trophies are given out for the best parade entries. The Parade which seeks to draw the attention of Americans to the real meaning for the holiday. It is patriotic, flag waving, red white and blue celebration of America’s Birthday! The 4th of July Parade committee consists of local volunteers. The Parade is sponsored by the local Hacienda Heights Kiwanis Club.