OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) — Neighborhoods throughout the metro are taking a red-white-and-blue time-out to rejoice American independence.
For a lot of, which means parades to set the stage for a day and evening of revelry.
The Skylark Cryer neighborhood was amongst them. Neighbors gathered round 118th and Cedar on this Fourth of July as they’ve performed for a few decade.
Organizer Laura Lyle mentioned, “It makes us aware of our neighborhood. Sometimes you know your immediate neighbor and you see someone and it’s, ‘Oh I didn’t know you were this close.”
Organizer Bev Hornig mentioned, “It’s just a good way to get to know your neighbors and have fun.”
And so they do have enjoyable. Individuals come from in every single place to take a look at the parade. Tony Koziol made positive his grandson acquired concerned.
“He’s 2-years-old, Nolan. He enjoys coming down here. He wants to go for a walk. We got this wagon for him. We restored the wagon so we’re anxious to get into the parade.”
This parade is all concerning the kids within the neighborhood. A lot of them get all dressed as much as present their patriotism.
Sam Tostal mentioned, “It’s fun. Everybody’s here. All friends around us. It’s just fun to be around all my friends.”
Teddy Keating mentioned, “We’ve been coming here for like five years so this is kind of a tradition that we do.”
It is a celebration of nation and group they usually be certain everybody is aware of what the celebration is about.
Kim Keating mentioned, “It just really creates a sense of community in our neighborhood.” Busy schedules could make that troublesome however, “we can always count on this Fourth of July parade to get together and have a great time and celebrate our freedom.”
Organizers mentioned all of the meals, enjoyable and music is paid for by means of donations.