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As Mayor of Weston, Texas, I PROCLAIM the Weston 4th of July Parade a Success

I want to extend a big Thank You to the hardworking group of community volunteers who supported the 35th Annual Weston July 4th Parade. Being in the middle of a global pandemic, this certainly was not an easy task – but the majority of citizen input asked that we find a way to continue this treasured tradition.

Everyone involved in the planning and execution was extra cautious to provide a safe environment for spectators and participants. This year, the parade was smaller in both the number of participants and spectators, but that was expected. Volunteers gave out masks and sanitizer, and created 6' coned-off pods to ensure families could distance from other families. Everyone was respectful of what was asked of them, and respected the space of others – keeping “one cow apart”.  No riots or protests, just decent people celebrating hope and freedom.

Thanks to all who contributed to the 2020 Weston 4th of July Parade


Council Members Carol Decker and Maria Whitworth, and City Secretary Susan Coffer

Heather Richardson       Mike Hill                        Brittany Yurkovitch

Tralyn Molinar                Epi Goldstein                David Henzler


All the above, plus Jim Richardson and Steve Goldstein


All the above again, plus John and Denise Stufflebeam, Donna Estep, Angela Barcheers, Devin Whitworth


James Cox                   Pamela Herzberg

Tony Del Plato              Joe Kellum

Roxanne Flores             Larry Lambert


John Tadlock  

Chief David Henzler and the entire Weston Volunteer Fire Department

Underdog Signs who contributed the “one cow apart” signs

Weston Water Supply Corp who donated the free water to the fans

Ronald Stewart and Del Stufflebeam who donated dignitary vehicles

Clayton Marischen for the great playlist of patriotic music

Kevin Deal for the loan of a great sound system

Clint and Travis Lawrence who provided the Color Guard

Megan Fancher who sang the National Anthem

Mary Sue Cowan for being the Grand Marshall of the parade

Dignitaries Judge Chris Hill, Commissioner Darrell Hale, Sheriff Jim Skinner, and State Representative Scott Sanford

Collin County Sheriff’s office for providing  deputy support

All of the people who donated to The Post during the raffles

And, finally, ZuZu’s Ice Cream for their refreshments

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