Waving on freedom


Flags fly brilliantly against a bright blue Washington sky, surrounding our nation’s Capitol Building, an appropriate portrait of that which represents what we begin celebrating today, with July 4th activities planned at Weeks Park in Newton Grove, and continue on Monday with festivities in Clinton at Royal Lane Park. People across America began the July 4th weekend Friday and extend it through Monday, paying homage in their own way to this country’s 240th birthday. It was on July 4, 1776 that the Continental Congress declared that the 13 American colonies were a new nation, free from the British Empire.


Flags fly brilliantly against a bright blue Washington sky, surrounding our nation’s Capitol Building, an appropriate portrait of that which represents what we begin celebrating today, with July 4th activities planned at Weeks Park in Newton Grove, and continue on Monday with festivities in Clinton at Royal Lane Park. People across America began the July 4th weekend Friday and extend it through Monday, paying homage in their own way to this country’s 240th birthday. It was on July 4, 1776 that the Continental Congress declared that the 13 American colonies were a new nation, free from the British Empire.

Flags fly brilliantly against a bright blue Washington sky, surrounding our nation’s Capitol Building, an appropriate portrait of that which represents what we begin celebrating today, with July 4th activities planned at Weeks Park in Newton Grove, and continue on Monday with festivities in Clinton at Royal Lane Park. People across America began the July 4th weekend Friday and extend it through Monday, paying homage in their own way to this country’s 240th birthday. It was on July 4, 1776 that the Continental Congress declared that the 13 American colonies were a new nation, free from the British Empire.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Capitol.jpgFlags fly brilliantly against a bright blue Washington sky, surrounding our nation’s Capitol Building, an appropriate portrait of that which represents what we begin celebrating today, with July 4th activities planned at Weeks Park in Newton Grove, and continue on Monday with festivities in Clinton at Royal Lane Park. People across America began the July 4th weekend Friday and extend it through Monday, paying homage in their own way to this country’s 240th birthday. It was on July 4, 1776 that the Continental Congress declared that the 13 American colonies were a new nation, free from the British Empire.
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