Rain or shine: Fourth in the Park carries on despite weather
by Brittini Ray
July 04, 2015 11:59 PM | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend
MARIETTA — Independence Day celebrants turned out at Marietta’s Fourth In the Park celebration despite the initial rainy weather Saturday. Donning various arrangements of red, white and blue, residents packed Marietta Square for a day of patriotic festivities. Officials decided early Saturday morning to cancel its annual Freedom Parade because of inclement weather. The parade was also canceled in 2013 because of the weather. Attendees s...
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Aside from Confederate historical sites (i.e. cemeteries, monuments, battle sites or museums), should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?