Greenville to celebrate Independence Day

June 22, 2013 by  

Greenville, Texas has scheduled its July 4th celebration with the Park Street Parade kicking things off bright and early.

There will be floats, marching bands and VIP guests participating in the parade, which will end at the Kavanuagh United Methodist Church.

Continuing on with the red, white and blue festivities, a patriotic program, which includes singing, historical document readings, speeches by lawmakers and a special performance by the Texas Whistler of the Star Spangled Banner, will take place. There may even be a surprise visit from an Abraham Lincoln lookalike.

A popular event amongst young and old is the all-you-can-eat watermelon feed, which will be the early afternoon activity. The watermelon is made even sweeter by the fact that it is free.

The Buena Vista Neighborhood, the Kavanaugh United Methodist Church, the Park Street Association and the Hunt County Rodeo and Festival Association all participate in planning and presenting this annual family-friendly event.

Local print companies frequently work with city holiday events to provide print services to help marketing and managing efforts. Poster printing is a great tool which allows organizers to announce the upcoming celebration effectively.
Commemorative posters may also be given away, raffled, or sold during the event itself. When printed in full color on heavy paper, posters often attract interest quickly.

As the events at the 4th of July celebration are all family-friendly and loaded with fun for adults and children, everyone is invited to attend. The Greenville Chamber of Commerce website contains further information on the event.

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