Cindy Lee shares memories of her dad, Bill Bowman, and gifts his parade uniform worn in local parades as a member of the Susquehanna Hose Company.
Serendipity is putting the desire out into the universe and then preparing for it. That’s just what happened for George, our casual historian,’ at his Havre de Grace MuZeum.
Havre de Grace has offered amazing Independence Celebrations with the first mention we could find in 1885 – first called Firemen’s Parade, later Independence/July 4 Parade. In essence: COMMUNITY!
Havre de Grace has been recognized in Harford County and around the State of Maryland for their outstanding July 4th parades. We offer a wee bit of history – including mention of a nice parade as far back as 1885.
The Havre de Grace Hi-Steppers was a Drum and Majorette Corps sponsored by the Havre de Grace American Legion – Jos. L. Davis Post 47. We’re still gathering information. Do you have any to share?