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Independence Day 2008

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thanks to WB Fred Van Dyk

The theme of this year's Ridgewood Independence Day parade was NJ Crossroads of the Revolution and a number of floats saluted our Brother George Washington. Here we have a couple of the imaginative floats by the grammar schools in Ridgewood.

George Washington Slept Here

Crossing the Delaware


The Masonic delegation this year included Fidelity Lodge, members from other lodges, Salaam Shrine Motor Corps and Field Band.

Here we have the group from the Motor Corp led by Dr. Maurice Maccario (second from left) and the Field Band.

The Motor Corps

The Band Playing at Village Hall

The Motor Corps kept the crowd entertained as we see here at the start of the parade and at the reviewing stand in front of Village Hall.

The Motor Corps Leading the Way

The Motor Corp at the Village Hall

Here we have the Fidelity Lodge contingent and our guests who walked with us or rode on the float. Thanks to all who helped make the day a success.

The Marchers

The banner
Here we have brothers Howard Bookbinder and Frank Williams carrying our banner.
Riders on the Float
Our group of riders on the float
Our old home
Our marchers passing the site of Fidelity Lodge meetings prior to our move to 99 South Maple Ave in 1914.
After the parade, we returned to the lodge for our annual barbecue. Many thanks once again to Worshipful Brothers John and Louis De Socio for another great collation.

Louie at the Grill
Louie at the grill

John and Barbara
John and his wife Barbara taking a much deserved rest!
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