The Dunwoody Homeowners' Association and Crier Newspapers' annual 4th of July parade was a hot success.
Dunwoody pulled out all the stops for America’s 235th birthday, putting more than 25,000 people on the streets for the Dunwoody Salutes America parade.
The U.S. Army Band entertained along the parade route and afterwards in Dunwoody Village
The Tartan Trot previewed its event with some music along the parade route.
Parade goers stand to salute the flag as the color guard passes by
The band entertained the crowds at this year's Dunwoody parade.
Williams did double duty as the grand marshal and master of ceremonies after the parade's conclusion
Swim teams and churches had a big part in this year's parade
A young Branches resident shows her patriotism at her first parade.
Thousands crowded the streets to cheer for their friends and neighbors
Nancy Jester was one of the "victims in the dunk tank after the parade, which raised $500 for fallen veterans.
The Rotary Club promoted its fun run with a creation from Kenny Adcox.
City police officers and the Explorers helped with crowd control during and after the parade.
A baton group from Marietta twirled it up during this year's parade.
The Seed and Feed Abominable made its second appearance at the parade.
Pirates are always a fun addition to the Dunwoody parade.
Parade marshal Dick Williams and parade organizers Pam Tallmadge and Penny Forman blow the whistle to signal the start of the parade.
Antique cars are always an important part of every year's parade.
Dunwoody Baptist's float won parade accolades.