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Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Dominic Mesina, 2, of Brentwood spots civil war re-enactors Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Dominic Mesina, 2, of Brentwood spots civil war re-enactors Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Flo Barviochak of Brookline covers her ears while fire engines pass, Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Flo Barviochak of Brookline covers her ears while fire engines pass, Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Avacyn Miller, 1, of Brentwood holds a flag Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Avacyn Miller, 1, of Brentwood holds a flag Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Carolyn Eisenbarth of Brentwood, joins in the festivities Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Carolyn Eisenbarth of Brentwood, joins in the festivities Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Hayden Swanson, 5, of Baldwin Borough waves a flag as military vehicles pass by, Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Hayden Swanson, 5, of Baldwin Borough waves a flag as military vehicles pass by, Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Asher Curry, 5, of Peters Township (left) hugs Michael Sabatini, 8, of Upper St. Clair while fire trucks pass them by Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Asher Curry, 5, of Peters Township (left) hugs Michael Sabatini, 8, of Upper St. Clair while fire trucks pass them by Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record - Braiden Sudor, 7, looks on while Aubrey Sudor, 5, both of Whitehall, plugs her ears Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the South Hills Record</em></div>Braiden Sudor, 7, looks on while Aubrey Sudor, 5, both of Whitehall, plugs her ears Friday, July 4 during Brentwood's annual 4th of July parade along Brownsville Road.

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The Brentwood Fourth of July Committee organized parade draws in crowds of more than 40,000 people each year. In the lineup for this year's parade, with a 1.6 mile route that goes the length of Brownsville Road in Brentwood, was area Veterans, police, fire and EMS from the area, the Shriners, high school bands, local and state politicians, area businesses and Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett.

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