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4th Of July Celebration - Harrisburg, NC

This here is where I spent the 4th of July, celebrating it with my son and his family. The two girls loved it here with all the rides and the real good food, such as cotton candy. My other son was with his family down at Disney World in Orlando. Well I guess this is my Disney World and I enjoyed it just as much. Notice the nice green grass and how clean this park is. No smoking and no beer tents made it even nicer; just a great place to be able to take your family to and enjoy a great day. Good food and music.

The Harrisburg, NC fire and rescue vehicles.

Plenty of rides for the little ones and the not so little ones.

And then of course there were the fireworks to end a great day with the family in Harrisburg Community Park. Beautiful fireworks and good music playing with they are shot off. A great ending to a great day. 

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