Happy Fourth of July! Local celebrations began early

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If you live in Walton County, it’s always easy to find some way to celebrate July Fourth in true patriotic style. It is even more so this year as the County continues its year-long celebration in the lead up to the Dec 15, 2018, Bicentennial Celebration in honor of its own 200th birthday.

The celebrations began early with July Fourth parades in both Loganville and Social Circle on Saturday, June 30. Social Circle’s parade got under way at 3 p.m.

Photo Gallery Social Circle 2018 parade – photo credit Melanie Ann Jackson 

The parade at the City of Loganville followed at 4.30 p.m. with the state champion Red Devil Baseball Team serving as Grand Marshal. Both cities had fireworks displays to end the festivities.

Photo gallery Loganville July Fourth – photo credit City of Loganville

The final July Fourth celebration begins in Monroe at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4, at the Athens Tech Campus. This will end at dark with a special fireworks display commemorating July Fourth in Walton County in this Bicentennial year!

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