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Posted on: July 11, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Parade kicked off July 4th celebrations in FMB

Special thanks to the parade’s Grand Marshalls Patrick McKeown, Jan Fleming and Janeen Paulauskis who are the Town's Citizens of Distinction from 2021 and 2022. They rode on the Town float that was created by the Utilities Department.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the parade and came to watch!

 Shoutout to the staff who worked hard before, during and after to pull everything together for the festivities, including the Culture, Parks and Recreation, Utilities, and Public Works Departments.

Visit the Town's Facebook page for additional pictures.