Parade staging and new parade route
Congradulations to this years trophy winners.
Walking Group=Superior Summer Musicial.
Performing Group=4 Corners Baseball
Vehicle=Johnny's Auto Body
Committee Choice=Busy Bodies
Another year has passed by and its time for the funnest time of the summer! Parade Day the 4th of July!!!
As you all know this has been a complicated year so far. Our committee has been discussing if we should or should not have our parade? We discussed every angle of the pros and cons but in the end if we had the parade and just one person got sick we could never forgive ourselves. That being said the 4th of July Committee will not be having a parade on the 4th 2020. We are very sorry and I for one will miss the excitement of the day and the joy of the kids!
We will be back next year for sure and who knows maybe we could hgave the parade later this year. I will keep the site posted with any new news.
Dan & David Co-Chairs and the rest of our fine committee say be safe and well see you later.
“Today’s F-16 fly over is brought to you by the Bulldogs of the 148th Fighter Wing from Duluth, Minnesota. The 1,000 members of the 148th with you a happy and safe Independence Day.“
2019 parade photos.
The 4th of July Committee would like to thank all the medical doctors and nurses and all the others that may be risking their lives to save us and we just want to say thank you. It is much appreciated!!! You are all true heroes!
Our Grand Marshall for 2019
On Jan. 23rd our friend and committee member, Francis "Ed" Stein went gracefully into Heaven i the arms of his daughter and caregiver Suzy. He joined his Heavenly father and the love of his life, Phyllis who was waiting for him with open arms at the Pearly Gates, saying "it's about time."
Ed was a proud American and WWII Veteran. He served 2 stints in the US Army as part of the 8th Armored Div. in the European Theatre. He worked many jobs but retired from the Superior Fire Dept. Ed & Phyllis were an intrical part of the Solid Rock Mission, both volunteering and serving on the Board of Directors. The mission, now known as the Solid Rock Haven was dedicated in honor of Ed and Phyllis Stein.