Wednesday Jul 07 2010 comments Lincoln's Fourth of July parade -A +A For the younger parade spectators, it was all about collecting candy thrown to them by those in the parade. Pictured, from left, are Kyra Schimpf, 7, Ben Schimpf, 3, Hannah Smith, 8, and Brenden Cervetti, 7. Kim and Heather Foxworthy road through the parade on horseback, as part of the Sierra Foothills Horseman?s Association. Kim Foxworthy has been doing so for the last 30 years, and says it?s now tradition. Nicholas Scozzari, 16, and Chris Peterson, 13, played electric guitar with the Lincoln High School?s marching band. Bree Spence and Beau Spence, 5, hitch a ride on a fire engine. Hailey Talbott, 7, Rebecca Louis, 8, and Kaytlynn Banghart, 11, lead the way for Horsin? Around, which does riding lessons for children. Frank Propersi drummed enthusiastically alongside band mates from the Sunshine Boyz Jazz Band. A Lincoln Transit bus, driven by transit supervisor Deborah Yank, carried members of the Lincoln Hills Veterans Group through the parade. Lincoln Police Officers Chris Randall and Todd Rayback led the parade on their motorcycles. Officer Todd Rayback hands Kai Carter, 2, a sticker after the parade as Tom Carter looks on. Coreena Ross walked the parade with the Gold Country Chapter of the California Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. ?I?m honored to be here, and proud to march in the parade,? Ross said. ?To me (Independence Day) means all sorts of things, like the sacrifice our ancestors did to create this country.? Rich Rudis stilt-walked his way through the parade, dressed as Abraham Lincoln. ?It?s hot, but it?s fun,? Rudis said. Wee Miss Placer County Taylor Hall, 3, (right) rides alongside her ambassador Audrey Gordon, 4.