Saturday, July 02, 2011

July 4 parade in Crabapple.

The Crabapple Community Association, an non-profit organization of local businesses and residents, will hold a parade at 9:30 a.m. to celebrate Independence Day.

Click here to download a pamphlet for the event.

Everyone of all ages and abilities is invited to participate -- bring your friends, children, dogs, bicycles, wheelchairs, wagons and strollers and join in. And make sure to dress patriotically and decorate whatever you bring, because there will be prizes for best bike, best vehicle, best pet and most enthusiastic.

Milton City Councilman Bill Lusk and his wife Janie will serve as the parade marshals. Organizers said participants should meet up at 9 a.m. at the Braeburn Commercial buildings on Birmingham Highway. Parking is available at Crabapple Baptist Church.

There will be free T-shirts, flags, water and freezer pops until supplies run out.

After the parade, a fire truck, police car and ambulance from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta will be available for children to explore.

For more information, call Sally Rich-Kolb at (770) 448-3860.

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