Popsicles, fire trucks and, of course, kids riding their bikes. For 20 years, these have been the staples of an Applewood Independence Day bike parade.
Molly Gaide and a group of moms started the parade in 1997. The other moms have moved away over the years, but Gaide has kept it going.
It had small beginnings: six or seven kids and their parents. And like a July 4 firework, the idea quickly exploded. Nearly 200 neighbors showed up for the parade on Tuesday.
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