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(Scott Sommerdorf | The Salt Lake Tribune) Children from the Mount Olympus LDS Stake march in the annual Days of '47 Youth Parade. The procession flowed through downtown Salt Lake City, going west on 500 South and ending at Washington Square, where the Days of '47 Family Festival was held, Saturday, July 19, 2014.
Photo gallery: Days of ’47 Youth Parade marches through Salt Lake City
First Published Jul 19 2014 12:36 pm • Last Updated Jul 20 2014 09:32 am

The Days of ’47 Youth Parade marched its way through downtown Salt Lake City on Saturday. The parade included marching bands, floats, performing groups and a lot of children. It started at 600 East 500 South, marched west on 500 South and ended at Washington Square, where the Days of ’47 Family Festival was taking place.

For more information on other Days of ’47 events, go to www.daysof47.com.

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