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Palatine's parade a patriotic success

Richard Maxwell of Palatine shows his patriotic spirit during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Richard Maxwell of Palatine shows his patriotic spirit during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

David Wolf of Inverness is happy with his candy supply that he picked up during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

David Wolf of Inverness is happy with his candy supply that he picked up during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Megan Rogowski, 20, hangs with her friends and enjoys the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Megan Rogowski, 20, hangs with her friends and enjoys the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Madisen Blakeslee, 12, makes clever use of an umbrella to catch candy during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Madisen Blakeslee, 12, makes clever use of an umbrella to catch candy during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Sarah Hilliard, 13, of Rolling Meadows hands out flags during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Sarah Hilliard, 13, of Rolling Meadows hands out flags during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Murphy, a beagle-basset mix, sports his red, white and blues as his owner Lindsay Schubel gets a laugh during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Murphy, a beagle-basset mix, sports his red, white and blues as his owner Lindsay Schubel gets a laugh during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Michaela Kueker, 12, of Palatine leads the charge with the flag during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Michaela Kueker, 12, of Palatine leads the charge with the flag during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Joe Cole of Palatine sports America’s colors during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

Joe Cole of Palatine sports America's colors during the Palatine Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

 

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

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By Daily Herald report

The Palatine Hometown Fest parade Saturday morning included about 55 acts.

The parade, which kicked off at 10 a.m., started at Wilson and Cedar streets and ended at Wood and Oak streets.

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Hometown Fest continues from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday with live entertainment, carnival, games, activities, food and drink sales, an arts and crafts fair, and a business and charity expo.

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