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Jack Marderosian rides in Malibu West’s Fourth of July parade. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Malibuites gather in a “circle of gratitude” on the morning of Thursday, July 4, prior to running a 5K around Point Dume in honor of late loved ones.
Janet Friesen and her children (left to right) Uma, Theo and Dusty ride their decorated cart around Pount Dume. Though the community’s Fourth of July parade was canceled, some residents kept the tradition going.
Malibu West residents Christine Hays (left) and Tim Biglow hold up their community’s new flag as residents gather for the Fourth of July parade.
Elizabeth Riddick enjoys a slice of watermelon at the end of Malibu West’s parade route.
Liam Becker, 7, and Eli Becker, 5, pose before riding their scooters in the Malibu West parade.
Sarah and Drew Newman prepare to ride in the Malibu West parade with their sons, Noah and Levi.
Harper Mark and his mom, Jessica Mark, lead the way to the Pt. Dume Elementary lot for the community 5K.
Point Dume 5K participants pose before the run.
Spencer Briggs-Arce decorates a dirt bike for the Malibu West parade.
Five-year-old Jack Marderosian and Sarah Marderosian prepare to ride in the Malibu West Fourth of July parade.
Community members gather before the Malibu West parade.
Tim Biglow leads the parade while holding the community’s new flag
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
7:32 am PDT July 6, 2019
From early morning until late evening, Malibuites gleefully celebrated the Fourth of July with parades, barbecues and, of course, the piece de resistance: fireworks.