Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade 2010, report #2: The video!

(Our first report on this morning’s Admiral parade, with photos, can be seen here)

This year’s Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade was bigger than last year. How do we know? We usually roll video on the entirety of the parade – this year, it was so long, we had to break it into two clips! The first seven-plus minutes – starting with Seattle Fire Department Engine 29 coming around the corner (we staked out the second block of the parade) – is above; the ensuing six-plus minutes are next:

Before the parade, a few words from West Seattle Hi-Yu Festival junior royalty (Princesses Isabella and Kaitlin and Queen Kailin Jo), followed by King County Executive Dow Constantine (with parade organizer Sherri Chun emceeing):

The ceremonial whistle officially started the parade:

One more thing – our Flickr slideshow:

All West Seattle kids are also invited to be in a parade that’s just a few weeks away – the Rotary Club of West Seattle Kiddies’ Parade, which precedes the West Seattle American Legion Post 160 Grand Parade – the Kiddies’ Parade sign-in is at 10 am, and the parading begins at 11, on Saturday, July 24 – more info on the Rotary website (scroll down).

3 Replies to "Admiral 4th of July Kids' Parade 2010, report #2: The video!"

  • JanS July 4, 2010 (5:42 pm)

    I especially liked the mohawk on the little boy about half way through the first video :)

  • Magpie July 5, 2010 (8:15 am)

    Maybe my vision is going, but I thought the photo of our previous mayor was of our current mayor. When did they start looking so much alike? Yikes!

  • Findlay July 5, 2010 (8:47 am)

    Dear WSB,

    Thanks for filming this year’s attempt to break the Zombie-walk record…. :-) …actually, this is the first year in about 12 years that we haven’t participated. Little bit sad, but our kids are growing up! Thanks for covering this event.

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