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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

A Look Back At A Village Favorite


Indian Hill’s annual July 4th Parade traditionally marks the mid-point of summer and is a great way for friends and neighbors to re-connect in a kid-friendly environment.  This year’s event delivered  a top-notch experience for all, from near-perfect weather to live music courtesy of the “Most Wanted” band, good food, inflatable gyms, face painting and plenty of fun. 
More than 35 parade entries were noted, including some fabulous antique cars, sports teams, village dignitaries, and equestrian clubs.  Retiring Indian Hill/Madeira fire chief Steve Ashbrock served as Grand Marshall of the parade.
Ably chaired by Leigh Anne Meurer and Barbara Sharp, along with help from Village staff Beth Wood, Jessica Chaney and Jerry Hensley, the parade and post-parade activities drew record crowds of adults, kids and dogs.  Here’s a look back at some of the fun and friendship shared that day.
Indian Hill Mothers Group fans get ready for the parade

Indian Hill resident David Tripathy celebrates his 64 swimming medals earned in the Special Olympics

The Feldman and Semrad teams practice their cheerleading splits before the parade

The Spinneweber family had fun in the parade with their 1935 Indiana Motors Touring Bus

Mark Radke, Howard Kuhnell, Dan Spinneweber

Indian Hill Braves Football team

David Rhodenbaugh and Sean Bridge of the Indian Hill Drumline Corps

The Indian Hill Drumline strikes a pose

Indian Hill School Board and district staff members and family members Kirk and Susie Koennecke, Dr. Eddie Hooker, Treasurer Mick Davis, Kim Lewis, Nancy Aichholz and Beverly Martin

Indian Hill Village council members Monique Sewell, Missy Cowan, Mayor Mark Kuenning, Steve Krehbiel

Village council members and their families celebrate at the July 4th parade


Members of the Indian Hill Football Club decorate their float

Cincinnati Aquatics Swim Team (CAC)

Indian Hill Swim Club Wahoos swimmers and divers

Wahoos diver Meri Leder and friend

Wahoos diver Meri Leder and friend

Wahoos swim and dive coaches are hoping for another championship season!

Members of the Wayne Lippert clan get ready for the parade

Indian Hill’s Cub Scout Pack 163

Indian Hill’s Cub Scout Pack 163

Fire Chiefs Steve and Steve

Violet, Josh, Jack, Mark and Winie Roberton celebrate the day

Gracey, Russell and Hayley Hirsch

Caleb Kunik and Mary Meyer combine dog walking with parade watching

The Feigelson and Barber clans celebrate the day

The Glorius clan enjoys a bird’s eye view of the parade

Holly and Mike Rice

Indian Hill Rangers Honor Guard leads the parade

Traditional bag piper provided patriotic music

The Schaub clan

Three generations of the Jones family celebrate with parade watching

Parade grand marshall Steve Ashbrock

Cincinnati Circus Company

Jennifer Lightcap gets a surprise visit from a member of the Lovis Foundation

The Lovis Foundation

Neil Bortz lent his gorgeous 1946 blue Buick to son Chris who rode in style down the parade route

Indian Hill Wahoos

Indian Hill Winter Club

Paula Watters rides in style with the Camargo Hunt



The Camargo Hunt

The Lindberg clan

Beatrice Fries, Steve Voellmecke and Sonya Wenker with Gibson

Megan and John Busam

Steve and Abby Fovel with Leigh Anne and Jeff Meurer

Parade organizer Leigh Anne Meurer with Helen Blankenship, who has probably set a Guinness Book record for the number of parades she’s marched in!
 

Looking very patriotic are the Joseph clan: Hannah, Eden, Ella and David

The Schwanekamp clan

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