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16th Annual July 4 Neighborhood Kids Parade open to public

Published on Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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16th Annual July 4 Neighborhood Kids Parade open to public

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Mayor Rick Danner will co-host the 16th Annual July 4 Neighborhood Kids Parade beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday. The parade assembly is on Church Street.

Mayor Rick Danner will co-host the 16th Annual July 4 Neighborhood Kids Parade beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday. The parade assembly is on Church Street.

The 16th Annual 4th of July Arlington-Davenport Neighborhood Kids’ Parade is Thursday morning at 10 a.m. The parade begins in the 200 block of West Church Street in downtown Greer.

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The public is invited to participate in the parade. The route is approximately a mile-long, led by police vehicles.

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

Infants, children, teens, parents and grandparents have participated in the past. “This is Americana,” Danner said.

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

U.S. flags, red, white and blue-decorated vehicles and bikes, wagons and scooters are part of the traditional holiday. Neighbors decorate porches and houses with parades and bunting.

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