The Fourth of July Coalition is gearing up for its second five-day Independence Day celebration, and is excited to report it will feature a parade, said group secretary Warren Revell.
The coalition didn't have time or funds to hold a parade or fireworks last year, he said, but there is a slim possibility for both this time around.
"This is a town (where) you can't just put something in front of the people - you gotta put out a quality product," Revell said.
"I'm excited, because the town needs a parade. It draws people into the town; fireworks don't. Hopefully, it'll get businesses to be in the parade," he said.
Most likely, there will not be fireworks, he said, because of the cost.
Read the full article on the 4th of July plans in the Milford Daily News here
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