The 170th Fourth of July celebration was fun for all.
The Round Top Rifle Association was proud to continue the long-standing tradition of the longest running Fourth of July parade west of the Mississippi this past July 4, 2020. Adjustments were made in the interest of health and safety, given the COVID 19 epidemic. The crowd along the parade route and at the Rifle Association Hall enjoyed a spirited celebration of our great county.
We're happy to share pictures of the day and information about the parade and raffle prize winners!
Approximately 50 floats, vehicles and tractors participated in the 170th Fourth of July Parade. Ribbons were awarded in categories such as Best Floats, Classic and Antique Cars, and Tractors. You can view a list of the award winners here.
Pictures of the celebration are available:
- Pictures of the parade ceremony and the parade entries.
- Pictures of the delicious BBQ meal served and of the crowd enjoying the parade and music throughout the day.
And the Winners are...
As part of the celebration, the Round Top Rifle Association held a raffle with almost 40 prizes donated by local businesses and RTRA members.
Our sincere thanks to everyone who sponsored the raffle prizes!