Range Supports Washington County Independence Day

Jul 11, 2016

Upwards of 60,000 attend annual festivities

Contest WinnersContest Highlights Five Decades of Parade Memories

In Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, a town with a population of just over nine thousand people, the annual 4th of July parade is an event unlike any other. Reportedly, the second largest Independence Day parade in Pennsylvania, it draws upwards of sixty thousand attendees – some of whom haven't missed a parade in the 54 years since it began. (Full article here.)

July 4th ParadeFrom One Generation to the Next: A Washington County Tradition

For a group of dedicated volunteers in Washington County, the 4th of July is a day that symbolizes family, sacrifice, pride in community – and country. They are the Canonsburg 4th of July Planning Committee, and the importance they place on the day can only be measured in 54 years of multi-generational experience.
(Full article here.)

VIDEO: Canonsburg July 4th Parade

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