Video: Signal Mountain holds belated 4th of July parade on Labor Day
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, Tenn. —
The Signal Mountain Police Department is making up their 4th of July parade on Labor Day. They had to cancel on the 4th of July due to storms on Signal Mountain. There were many residents that came outside of their home to be apart of the Labor Day festivities while others drove to Signal Mountain to participate in the parade.
Below, you can listen to the bagpipes while the Signal Mountain Church of Christ follows behind on a float. The Police Department is talking to the residents of Signal Mountain and visitors that came to celebrate the Labor Day parade.
The Signal Mountain Police Department let kids sit in the back of the cop car at the end of the parade route.
Below is the Police Department driving through Signal Mountain followed by the Boy Scouts carrying flags and the fire department.
Walden's Ridge Emergency Service took part in the parade, too, and shared these pictures on their Facebook page: