PHOTOS: Loveland puts on modified senior football, cheerleader parade

Loveland Local News

LOVELAND, Ohio — The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department’s kept a longstanding tradition – despite COVID-19 concerns – and gave senior football players and cheerleaders a ride to the high school aboard a fire truck.

The parade, which also included Loveland Police Department, Miami Township and Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department patrol cars and additional fire department vehicles, left the Moose Lodge on E. Loveland Avenue around 5 p.m., passed through downtown along W. Loveland Avenue and made a right turn on Rich Road toward Loveland High School.

Photos here were taken as the short parade – limited because of COVID-19 restrictions – passed by Loveland’s Village Anniversary Park at W. Loveland and Englage avenues.

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Last Updated on October 2, 2020 by Joe Wessels

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