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At the triangle of Jerusalem, Bradshaw and Bel Air Roads Kingsville, Maryland

Held Annually for 40 Years






2021 Theme: "From Liberty's View"

2021 Theme Winner:  Lynn Olivia Verzinski Eckenrode

We congratulate Lynn Olivia Verzinski Eckenrode, who

nominated this year's parade theme "From Liberty's View."

Lynn Olivia Verzinski Eckenrode attends Redeemer Classical Christian School (RCCS) in Kingsville. She is the daughter of Becky Verzinski and James Eckenrode who live in Baltimore. The entering sixth grader is an A student who loves science, history, and Latin. Lynn enjoys any artistic endeavor including theatre, chorus, creative writing, and music. She plays piano, saxophone, and guitar. Recently, she was a cast member in the spring production of the Wizard of Oz at RCCS. Her past summer theatre credits include Lion King Jr., Little Mermaid Jr., and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Since she was six years old, Lynn has been a member of the Cardinal and Gold Aquatics swim team. She is also a member of the RCCS volleyball team and earned her green belt in karate in 2020.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cooking, traveling, bike riding, ice skating, riding rollercoasters, and spending time with her pet turtle, Oliver, and her rescue cat, Ginger. She is honored to be a part of the 2021 Kingsville Independence Day Parade.


Local Elementary School Student Competition

Early every spring, students from local elementary schools are invited through their schools to submit ideas for the upcoming Parade's theme. The winning student receives a prize and is honored on parade day by riding in a convertible at the head of the parade and by being officially recognized from the reviewing stand and in the Parade Book.

Please contact the Parade Chairperson if your child wants to participate in next year's competition but hasn't received information from their school.