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Third annual Kids’ Fourth of July Parade

Posted: July 2, 2018 4:14 p.m.
Updated: July 3, 2018 1:00 a.m.
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C-I WEB EXTRA: Camden City Councilwoman Deborah Davis (right) and Camden Police Department DARE Officer Karen DeVors share a laugh as DeVors applies a temporary American flag tattoo to Davis’ shoulder on Camden’s Town Green following the third annual Kids’ Fourth of July Parade on Saturday.

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The third annual Kids’ Fourth of July Parade in Camden took place Saturday, doubling as a celebration of Kershaw County being named a 2018 All-America City community. The county’s All-America City delegation served as grand marshals, leading the parade of Independence Day-themed bicycles, scooters, strollers and wagons. Festivities began in front of Camden City Hall with the Pledge of Allegiance, patriotic music from a fife and drum corps, and more, including balloons, bubbles, face painting and the Kershaw County Library Bookmobile. Also, the Camden Fire Department showed off of its restored 1920 fire truck -- the first motorized fire truck in the city of Camden. The parade made its way up Rutledge Street and then on to the Town Green where the All-America City celebration took place featuring music from Taylor Hampton and Hope Gumbs, and performances by the KFA Dance Company and Kershaw County Diamonds step team.


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