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Hey kids! Here's a July 4th parade just for you

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Friday, June 20, 2014

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Children express their patriotism in the annual July 4 Kids Parade in Greer.
 
 

Children express their patriotism in the annual July 4 Kids Parade in Greer.

 

 

The July 4th Kids Parade will continue its holiday tradition in Greer with its 17th annual event at 10 a.m.

Mayor Rick Danner and the Arlington-Davenport neighborhood hosts the event with the parade starting at the 200 block of West Church Street in downtown Greer.

The public is invited to bring their children and participate in the parade. The route is approximately a mile-long and is led by a police escort.

“This is Americana,” Danner said.

Infants, children, teens, parents and grandparents have participated in the past.

Children will have the opportunity to meet Greer Mayor Rick Danner, co-organizer of the Independence Day event. 

Danner, his wife, Rita, and father-in-law, Alvin Howell are parade organizers.

 

 

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