Residents of a Mequon neighborhood are waiting to find out if their July Fourth parade set a new world record. About 30 people in the suburb north of Milwaukee have been marching and riding bikes for eight years. That was until organizer Bob Walerstein urged them to make Tuesday’s parade a little more fun, by seeing what they had to do to get in the Guinness Book of World Records. They learned that the book does not have a record for the shortest Independence Day parade in the U-S, so they videotaped and documented an 88 yard march from Homestead High School to the first house on their street. Their noon time parade lasted less than two minutes — and Ozaukee County Circuit Judge Sandy Williams will send all the proof to Guinness headquarters in London, while the neighbors wait for an official word of their accomplishment.