WATCH: Wall Holds Historic Independence Day Parade

WALL, TX -- Community members of Wall gathered together on July 4, 2020 to celebrate Independence Day with a legendary parade. 

The parade began with the Wall Volunteer Fire Department vehicles and was followed by units with the Texas A&M Forest Service.

After that, a number of community members including veterans, teachers, and the entire 2020 class of Wall ISD drove trucks and tractors down the main street in front of Wall Elementary School.

During the parade, a Semi-truck driver next to a large pickup with a stock trailer on the back blew smoke and made the most noise. These two trucks were owned Wall native Lonnie Paul Kellermeier who recently passed away.  

Watch the video above.


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