Take a look back at this year's Fourth of July parade along the shores of Lake Como in the town of Geneva.
Members of the Como Community Cares group on their float during the Lake Como Fourth of July parade.
Above: Parade grand marshal Marge Szok with her great grandchildren, left to right, Tyler, Alexis, Olivia and Elizabeth Nowicki. Below: Kaitlyn Gutherie, left, and Elizabeth Riter riding in the Lake Como Fourth of July parade with Lorraine and Larry Swann, right.
Kaitlyn Gutherie, left, and Elizabeth Riter riding in the Lake Como Fourth of July parade with Lorraine and Larry Swann, right.
Lake Como resident Jean Gray posing with a truck at the annual Lake Como Fourth of July parade.
J.P Springer, left, and Will Harkin wait on the back of a golf cart before the annual Lake Como Fourth of July parade begins.
Junior grand marshal of the Lake Como Fourth of July parade Rachael Strong leading the parade on her pony.
Lake Como residents drive down Lake Shore Drive during an annual Fourth of July parade.
Lake Como resident Mary Smith waves a flag while driving in a Fourth of July parade with Mikey Smith, left, and Jack Schaffrath, right, in the back.
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