‘Hometown History’ is theme for Independence Day parade

From left are Iron Mountain-Kingsford Independence Day parade grand marshal Bill Cummings; Joe Testolin of Americans for Constitutional Enforcement, and parade chairwoman Jayna Huotari.

IRON MOUNTAIN –First National Bank & Trust has teamed with 2019 parade organizers, the Menominee Range Historical Foundation, to utilize FNB locations to provide and collect Independence Day parade entries.

The Menominee Range Historical Foundation is taking over the parade administration from Americans for Constitutional Enforcement, the parade organizers for the past 16 years.

The theme for the 2019 parade is Hometown History.

In addition to celebrating America’s independence, parade participants are encouraged to celebrate local history.

William Cummings, Menominee Range Historical Foundation president and historian, is serving as the parade grand marshal.

Parade entry forms are available at all Iron Mountain and Kingsford First National Bank & Trust locations:

— Main downtown location, 233 S. Stephenson Ave.

— Kingsford branch, 128 South Carpenter Ave.

— Econo Foods branch, 1600 S. Stephenson Ave.

— South branch , W8151 U.S. 2.

— North drive-up location, 1211 North Stephenson Ave.

A PDF version of the entry form is available at https://bit.ly/2VVG1bt.

For additional information contact parade chairwoman Jayna Huotari at 906-828-9364 or Mikki Hall at 906-776-2952.

Send email inquiries to mrhf.parade@gmail.com.