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Lyndon’s patriotism on display for Independence Day celebration

The flag of freedom flighs high on Lyndon Middle School Student Council’s Fourth of July float.


Lyndon Pride announced the best of the best that participated in the annual Fourth of July parade held Saturday.


Lyndon Middle School Student Council’s patriotic float was deemed the best overall.

Best overall float or group – Lyndon Middle School Student Council

Best musical act or band – Marc Houser, with Borderline

Best walking entry (tie) – Lyndon American Legion Post 125

Best walking entry (tie) – Kansas Association of Oriental Medicine

Best business entry – Sloop Sales

Best business entry – Buzzard’s Pizza

Best equestrian entry – Jenna Brumm, Brumm Farms

Best bicycle or wagon – KU Riders

Best antique or classic car – Lewis Ogle in 1959 Apache

Best tractor – Taye Kitselman

Best police or fire – Osage County Fire District No. 5

Mayor’s choice/most spirited – Josye Hutchcroft – Star & Stripes Smoke Bomb


Jenna Brumm’s red, white and blue painted horse was the star among equestrian entries.


Taye Kitselman, with passenger David Sloop, drove the best tractor in the parade, a shiny 1948 Allis Chalmers.


Th KU Riders, Megan Bitts and family, had the best bicycle parade entry.


Josye Hutchcroft became a mobile, human smoke bomb for Saturday’s parade, winning the Mayor’s Choice award.

See more photos of Lyndon’s Fourth of July celebration here.

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