Monday, September 22, 2014

Independence Day

July the Fourth, 1976, was the two hundredth anniversary of Independence Day. Johnson City had its usual July 4th parade to celebrate this  occasion. It was held on Main Street. Our children, as usual, chose to sit on the curb so that they could see everything clearly, as if they were part of the parade. There were quite a number of different participants, from flags bearers to horses and old carriages.  One of the floats was from the Johnson City Women’s Club. It caught my eye because they were demonstrating their emphasis on Education. Clearly that phase was enough to draw my attention and I took a couple of pictures. Below is one in which you can see the words clearly.july-fourjuly-four-1july-four-2july-four-4july-four-3july-four-5

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