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updated: 7/2/2011 7:07 PM

Palatine celebrates the Fourth

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  • Jonathan Kravchuk, 5, Chloe Gross, 5, and Julia Kravchuk, 5, all from Rolling Meadows, wave to floats passing during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning. For more on the festivities across the area, see Page X.

       Jonathan Kravchuk, 5, Chloe Gross, 5, and Julia Kravchuk, 5, all from Rolling Meadows, wave to floats passing during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning. For more on the festivities across the area, see Page X.
    Samantha Bowden | Staff Photographer

  • Jonathan Kravchuk, 5, from Rolling Meadows, picks up candy thrown toward him during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning.

       Jonathan Kravchuk, 5, from Rolling Meadows, picks up candy thrown toward him during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning.
    Samantha Bowden | Staff Photographer

  • Four-year-old Dennis Bond, from Palatine, waits on the side of the street for candy to be thrown during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning.

       Four-year-old Dennis Bond, from Palatine, waits on the side of the street for candy to be thrown during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning.
    Samantha Bowden | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Shriners club ride past the crowd on motorcycles during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning.

       Members of the Shriners club ride past the crowd on motorcycles during the annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade Saturday morning.
    Samantha Bowden | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald

Palatine celebrated in red, white and blue Saturday, with a Fourth of July parade of floats.

The annual Palatine Jaycees Independence Day Parade traveled from Cedar and Slade streets to Oak Street.

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