• CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A young girl watches as the Army Reserve passes by during the Fourth of July parade here Saturday, July 3.  Approximately 50,000 people attended the event- making it one of the state's largest parades.  Canonsburg is the home of Perry Como, Bobby Vinton and the Four Coins. This year marked the 48th anniversary of the town's parade.

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A young girl watches as the Army Reserve passes by during the Fourth of July parade here Saturday, July 3. Approximately 50,000 people attended the event- making it one of the state's largest parades. Canonsburg is the home of...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Army Reserve Soldier Spc. Salvatore Norge, of West Pittsburg, waves to onlookers during the Canonsburg Fourth of July parade on Saturday, July 3. Norge is part of the 301st Regional Support Group based in Butler, Pa., and one of three Soldiers participating in the parade.  The commander of the 301st RSG, Col. Lewis Irwin, was one of the guest speakers during the parade which was themed "Honoring those who have served."

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Army Reserve Soldier Spc. Salvatore Norge, of West Pittsburg, waves to onlookers during the Canonsburg Fourth of July parade on Saturday, July 3. Norge is part of the 301st Regional Support Group based in Butler, Pa., and one of...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A clown stops to blow bubbles and entertain children during the Fourth of July parade here on Saturday, July 3.  This is the parade's 48th year and it only continues to build momentum.  Already one of the state's largest parades, the event attracts approximately 50,000 people every year.

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A clown stops to blow bubbles and entertain children during the Fourth of July parade here on Saturday, July 3. This is the parade's 48th year and it only continues to build momentum. Already one of the state's largest parades, the...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or humvee, passes down the parade route on Saturday, July 3 during the Canonsburg Fourth of July parade.  The humvee belongs to the 301st Regional Support Group, Butler, Pa. Three Army Reserve Soldiers participated in the parade, which is one of the largest in the state- attracting approximately 50,000 people.

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or humvee, passes down the parade route on Saturday, July 3 during the Canonsburg Fourth of July parade. The humvee belongs to the 301st Regional Support Group, Butler, Pa. Three Army...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Soldiers from the 301st Regional Support Group, Butler, Pa., participated in this year's Fourth of July parade on Saturday, July 3.  The higher headquarters for the 301st RSG is the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Coraopolis, Pa. This year's parade theme was "Honoring those who have served" and included guest speaker Col. Lewis Irwin, commander of the 301st RSG.  The grand marshal of the parade was singer Bobby Vinton, a native of Canonsburg.

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Soldiers from the 301st Regional Support Group, Butler, Pa., participated in this year's Fourth of July parade on Saturday, July 3. The higher headquarters for the 301st RSG is the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Army Col. Lewis Irwin, commander of the 301st Regional Support Group in Butler, Pa., waves to Army Reserve Soldiers participating in the Fourth of July parade here Saturday, July 3.  Irwin was one of the guest speakers during the event, which was themed "Honoring those who have served."  Also in attendance was singer Bobby Vinton who served as this year's grand marshal.  The 301st RSG's higher headquarters is the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command in Coraopolis, Pa.

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Army Col. Lewis Irwin, commander of the 301st Regional Support Group in Butler, Pa., waves to Army Reserve Soldiers participating in the Fourth of July parade here Saturday, July 3. Irwin was one of the guest speakers during the...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Bubbles, bubbles everywhere.  This clown entertained children by blowing bubbles into the crowd during this year's Fourth of July parade on Saturday, July 3.  The clown was one of many participants that braved the heat and celebrated the holiday with more than 50,000 people from around the state. This was the 48th anniversary for the parade that continues to be one of the largest in the state.

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Bubbles, bubbles everywhere. This clown entertained children by blowing bubbles into the crowd during this year's Fourth of July parade on Saturday, July 3. The clown was one of many participants that braved the heat and celebrated...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A clown walked alongside the Army Reserve during the Fourth of July parade here Saturday, July 3.  The parade, which was celebrating its 48th year, is one of the largest in the state.  More than 50,000 people attended the event despite the rising temperatures. The 301st Regional Support Group, in Butler, Pa., sent three Soldiers to participate in the event.  Col. Lewis Irwin, commander of the 301st RSG, was a guest speaker during the parade which was themed, "Honoring those who have served."

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A clown walked alongside the Army Reserve during the Fourth of July parade here Saturday, July 3. The parade, which was celebrating its 48th year, is one of the largest in the state. More than 50,000 people attended the event...

  • CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A child greets Army Spc. Salvatore Norge, of West Pittsburg, Pa., and Soldier with the 301st Regional Support Group, Butler, Pa., with a high-five during the Fourth of July parade here on Saturday, July 3.  The supporter is one of nearly 50,000 parade-goers who attended the event.  In its 48th year, the parade continues to be one of the state's largest parades. This year's parade theme was "Honoring those who have served."

    Canonsburg parades local Soldiers, military vehicles

    CANONSBURG, Pa. -- A child greets Army Spc. Salvatore Norge, of West Pittsburg, Pa., and Soldier with the 301st Regional Support Group, Butler, Pa., with a high-five during the Fourth of July parade here on Saturday, July 3. The supporter is one of...

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