Middlebush Volunteer Fire Department Holds Annual July 4 Parade

It was a siren-wailing, horn-honking, candy throwing group who participated in Middlebush Volunteer Fire Company’s annual July 4 parade through the village.

Embarking from the front of the fire house on Olcott Street, and with the accompaniment of patriotic songs blaring from the Middlebush Reformed Church, the marches made their way down Olcott, turned left onto Railroad Avenue, made another left onto South Middle Bush Avenue and one more onto Amwell Road before returning to their starting point.

They were cheered on along the way by residents who staked out their viewing spots and prepared for the candy barrage.

The Franklin Reporter & Advocate live-streamed the parade:



Here are some scenes from the parade:


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