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Lyndon community celebrates USA

Fourth of July morning had the Lyndon community lining Topeka Avenue and showing their patriotism during the annual red, white and blue parade. Lifetime Osage Countians Nellie Martin, 105, Elizabeth Ramshaw, 98, and Elizabeth Dickerhoof, 94, celebrated Independence Day as honored guests in the parade.


Lyndon United Methodist Church gathered items for Help House while walking alongside their float proclaiming one nation under God and liberty and justice for all.


Lyndon Middle School Stuco manned a float showing all that can be accomplished by following the American dream.


Shriners performed daredevil parade antics in their miniature machines, skidding into formation in front of spectators at the Osage County Courthouse.


The Lyndon Tiger paraded with the patriotic LHS cheer squad.


Color guard was provided by American Legion Post 125.


Fourth of July 2014, Lyndon, Kansas, USA.


Cutest 4-wheel-drive fireworks display in the parade.

Lyndon’s Fourth of July activities continued Friday with a picnic in the city park, free swimming at the pool, and a fireworks display at the Lyndon Saddle Club arena.

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