CEDAR HILLS — This year's Cedar Hills Parade is scheduled for June 16.
The parade begins at 10 a.m. at Deerfield Elementary, travels north on 4600 West, then east on Cedar Hills Drive to the church east of Heritage Park.
The grand marshal will be Russell Anderson, a police officer and detective with the American Fork Police Department, who for more than six years has taught a program called NOVA (Nurturing Opportunities, Values, and Accountability) to sixth-graders at the Cedar Ridge and Deerfield elementary schools in Cedar Hills.
The parade will feature local performers and floats.
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