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PROVO'S FREEDOM FESTIVAL FEATURES THE STATE'S LARGEST JULY 4TH PARADE

The largest July Fourth parade in the state will be part of America's Freedom Festival in Provo. Here's a complete list of entries in the 9 a.m. parade:

1a. Junior Parade winners1b. UTA Trolley Baby Contest winners

2. Utah Civil War Association

3. Sertoma Cannon

4. Utah Civil War Association Fife and Drum

5. Historical Color Guard

6. Ream's flag

7. 23rd Army Band

8. Gen. John Matthews

9. HUMMWV with office or 145th

10. HUMMWV with office or 145th

11. HUMMWV with office or 145th

12. HUMMWV with office or 145th

13. Sea Cadets

14. Mayor Joseph Jenkins

15. Provo High School Band cheerleaders

16. Provo city float

17. Old number 1 fire engine

18. Provo City Council

19. C Bar C trail rider

20. Gov. Norm Bangerter and Mrs. Bangerter

21. Lt. Gov. Val Oveson

22. American Red Cross

23. Clyde Edwards

24. Timpview High School Band cheerleaders

25. Provo Craft and Roberts, Miss Utah of the year, Mrs. Utah, Miss Teen

26. Sen. Jake Garn, R-Utah

27. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah

28. Rep. Bill Orton, D-Utah

29. Silver Saddles

30. County commissioners

31. Disney Mouse-A-Rail

32. Goofy and Disneyland ambassador, 1928 Model A Ford

33. Robert Todd and Pluto, 1928 Model A Ford roadster

34. Disney float

35. 1923 Model T roadster

36. Meadow Gold Dairy, horse-drawn carriage

37. Elsie the cow

38. Fort Douglas Reproduction Army

39. Jackie Guibbord

40. Phylicia Rashad, WWII command car

41. Lorrie Morgan/antique Jeep

42. Stadium of Fire, half-track

43. Utah Air National Guard fire engine

44. Utah National Guard 1457th American Fork

45. Utah National Guard 1457th Provo

46. Utah National Guard 1457th Mt. Pleasant

47. Forest Service, horses and riders

48. Cellular One

49. 1917 surrey parade car, L.G. Sparks

50. 1938 Chevy business coupe, John Woolf

51. Make-A-Wish Foundation, 1991 Suzuki

52. Spanish Fork Marching Band

53. Spanish Fork city royalty

54. Porter Rockwell

55. Intermountain Health Care

56. Mountain View High School Band

57. Central Bank

58. KHQ Llamas

59. Hook and ladder

60. City of Ephraim

61. Clog America

62. First Baptist Church of Provo

63. Larry Rutherford/Arabian stallion

64. 1929 Franklin, Karl Pope

65. 1928 Model A roadster pickup, K. Harold Jones

66. 1930 Model A Ford roadster, Merlynn Jones

67. George Knowlden

68. Payson city royalty

69. Payson Community Theater

70. Premiere and Promotion dance company

71. City of Santaquin

72. Pleasant Grove High School Marching Band

73. Strawberry Days Association

74. Mollerup

75. Essay and speech contest winners, 1938 Dodge fire truck

76. Central Utah chapter, Harley owners group

77. Kentucky Fried Chicken

78. 1912 Ford speedster, Mr. Douglas

79. 1912 Detroit electric, Karl Pope

80. Orem High School Band

81. Miss Orem

82. Provo/Orem Chamber of Commerce, Senator's Award winners

83. Berg Mortuary

84. Grapevine Fellowship

85. Hardee's

86. American Heart Association

87. Utah County Fair

88. Classic Recreation Center

89. Cascade Fairways

90. Alumni Cougar Band

91. FHP

92. City of Lehi

93. Lehi Marching Band

94. Ernst

95. Pleasant Grove Kiwanis

96. Community Theater

97. Western Rehabilitation Institute

98. KZHT FM/HOT 94.9 radio

99. Miss Springville

100. Frontier Pies Restaurant

101. Hord Adv.

102. Midway Booster Club

103. USDA Forest Service

104. National Park Service

105. MJS Mobile Dance

106. Provo Community Church

107. K-96, 96.1 FM

108. New Outlook Associates Inc.

109. David Mangleson family

110. National Kidney Foundation

111. KSOP radio

112. BYU 104th Ward

113. 1956 Packard, American Party, officers of Utah County

114. 56 Cadillac Bis, State American Officers

115. 61 Kenworth, Bluegrass Band

116. Seven Peaks resort

117a. 1931 two-door Model A, Lewis Billings, Republican Party leaders

117b. Utah Republican Party

118. American Fork High School Band

119. 145th National Guard float

120. 142nd Intelligence Marching Unit

121. 120th Quarter Master Corp.

122. Howitzer

123. 1944 Jeep, Utah Military Collectors Club

124. Vietnam-era Jeep

125. Collectors' military vehicles

126. Ream's flag