The Lansing VFW platform waiting to be filled
Leavenworth County Clerk Linda Scheer walks up 4th Street. Scheer and other county officials participated ...
The Lansing High School Marching Band waits to line up for the parade
Ken Gott of Leavenworth waits for the parade to begin
The Lansing Lionettes brave the cold and wait to line up for the parade
Brent (right) and Trent Belcher of Lansing wait at 4th and Cherokee, the start of ...
The Leavenworth ROTC practices in a parking lot for the parade
Parade participants came with family and friends to cheer them on
The parade's first line of marchers lines up to begin the route
Judy Hattok of Leavenworth and her five graddaughters. From left, Jennifer, Megan, Rachel, Stephanie and ...
Bagpipers opened the parade
The parade began on 4th and Cherokee and continued east to Esplanade
Leavenworth County Fire District No. 1 rode along with the police department and city officials
Spectators at the beginning of the parade route
Parade participants created a colorful and varied stream of sights
The parade lasted for about two hours, a cold day for some participants
The Lansing High School Marching Band was one of the first marching bands in the ...
Lansing High School Marching Band's drum line
Clarinetists in Lansing High School's marching band
A banner for Lansing graduate PFC Smith
The Lansing VFW marched near the middle of the parade
Young and old participated in the VFW's parade effort
The Commander of the Leavenworth VFW Post
Topeka resident Chuck Yunke, state adjutant for the Kansas American Legion, relaxes after the parade