Post Falls Festival parade

July 12, 2014 5:06 p.m.  •  1 comment

The annual Post Falls Festival featured a parade, a fair at Q’Emiln Park, cars races and a car show and live music in the park.

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City Council member Linda Wilhelm pitches generous handfuls of candy from her vehicle to the kids in the crowd during the Post Falls Festival parade.

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Shannon Fortman, center, and Delany Phillips, second from right, can’t help carry the giant American flag being carried by staff and kids of the Kootenai County Boys and Girls Clubs as it billows over their head during the Post Falls Festival parade down Seltice Way.

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A color guard made up of Post Falls police officers Scott Harmon, left, and Chris Thompson, far right, and Idaho State Police troopers Holly Branch and Justin Scotch carrying the flags at the start of the Post Falls Festival parade Saturday, July 12, 2014 on Seltice Way.

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Tucker Pring, 8, unloads his watergun on the crowd during the Post Falls Festival parade. The temps were climbing during the annual event, so most spectators invited Pring to spray them with water.

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Colton Gookin, 6, waves from a tent set up on a flatbed trailer to promote Cub Scouts during the Post Falls Festival parade.

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Suzanne Metzger of the Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce Commodores waves with a foam sword and walks before the Chamber’s float in the Post Falls Festival parade Saturday, July 12, 2014 on Seltice Way.

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Dick Harris drives his 1952 Farmall tractors in the Post Falls Festival parade Saturday, July 12, 2014 on Seltice Way. “I used to drive a tractor just like this all over our family farm,” he said, to process hay and do other chores when he was a kid growing up on the plains west of Cheney.

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