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Fox Township Bicentennial Parade draws large crowd

June 30, 2013

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Amy Cherry

Over 90 units participated in the Fox Township Bicentennial Parade on Saturday afternoon. The various types of floats ranged from those sponsored by scouting troops and community groups and organizations to businesses and government officials. An array of fire trucks and similar apparatus from the surrounding area were aplenty. Also featured in the parade were marching bands and a dance performance. Spectators lined the parade route which stretched from Green Road to the Dagus Mines Road during the two-hour long event.

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