Dunwoody boasts the largest Fourth of July parade in Georgia with an estimated 35,000 people in attendance each year along the 2-mile stretch of Mount Vernon Road that the parade travels along. This year the parade featured a variety of Dunwoody clubs, schools, scouts, honored veterans, restored old cars, charities and more. 

Horses and flags honoring the nation's veterans led the parade, but the morning featured something for everyone with Dunwoody city council members handing out candy to kids, dogs hopeful for adoption walking alongside LifeLine Animal Project volunteers, music played by Dunwoody High School's band and much more. 

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