Independence Day 2014

4th of July Parade and Party photos

Rural Metro's parade entry
Party animals
More party animals
Unknown species of a party animal
More "normal" party animals
Another unknown species of a party animal leading the relay races
Nightgown relay races contestants
Tadpoles cooling off
Trophy hand off to the new nightgown relay race team winners
Ready, set, go - eat that pie
The young pie eating contestants digging in
Young contestants sitting on their hands eating cherry pie
Cheering them on - faster, faster, faster
Pie in the face
And the winners are
Time for the big animals to dig in
Who signed me up for this?
This is 2014 - the young ladies can eat pie with no hands too
We got most of it in ours mouths didn't we
I think I feel like I might have to barf - look out!
And the winner is - crowned with leftover pie by his daughters

Thank you to all who participated and those who cheered them on!

About us

The Indian Ridge Historic District is a wonderful example of a mid century modern planned community built by the Lusk Corporation in Tucson Arizona from 1955 to 1964. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 16th, 2010.

Indian Ruins

Included in this website is information about the University Indian Ruins where the first residents of this ridge resided and how the neighborhood acquired its name.

Neighborhood Events

Swim Team Season

Fourth of July Parade

Halloween Party

Holiday Luminarias


To share the history and information that was collected during the process to get the neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


All content included in this website is for educational purposes only.

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