Argus-Press Photos by Julianne Mattera and Jessica Robison
Austin Bledden, 9, of Corunna enjoyed the mechanical bull at Corunna’s festival while celebrating his birthday and the Fourth of July.
Children enjoyed getting their faces and hands painted Sunday at Corunna’s Fourth of July celebration.
The Magic of Nick entertained the youth on Sunday. Nick used the help of Makenzie and Jason from the crowd to assist him on his ‘Match Made in Heaven’ trick.
The band, Random Heros kept the crowd in Corunna entertained on Sunday afternoon at the festival.
The night sky lit up with the fireworks show Sunday in Corunna to celebrate Independence Day.
At Corunna’s Fourth of July celebration at McCurdy Park, 14-month-old Trevor Santrucek visited sheep at the event’s petting zoo.
McCurdy Park in Corunna was filled with classic cars of all colors and models at the Fourth of July Celebration on Sunday. More than 250 cars were on display at the event.
Members of Rebels 4-H club rode their patriotically-decorated steeds on the streets of downtown Corunna in the Fire Cracker Parade Sunday.
The Silverwood Bottom Boys help the crowd at Showboat Park in Chesaning to celebrate the Fourth of July on Saturday.
About 48 boys and girls arrived at Corunna’s Shiawassee Street School Sunday morning to enter into the bike decorating contest — one of many events at the city’s Fourth of July celebration. Following the contest, many of the kids proudly rode their decorated bikes in the Fire Cracker Parade.
Keith Perkins won first in the boys’ category for 6- to 8-year-olds Sunday. Behind Perkins, stands fellow winner, Sage Johnson, who won first in the girls’ category for 6- to 8-year-olds. Gold and silver medals for best decorated bike were awarded to boys and girls in three age brackets, including ages 3 to 5, ages 6 to 8 and ages 9 to 12.
IN DURAND, Bike decorating contest winners included, from left, grand prize winner Paige Rathbun of Durand; first runner-up Silver Graham of Lennon; second runner-up Domenic Lessard of Durand; and third runner-up Becka Farmer of Grand Blanc.
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