Youthful patriotism on parade in Millsboro on the Fourth

MILLSBORO – Independence Day in Millsboro means it’s that time to dress up in red, white and blue and maybe decorate the bike, wagon, stroller – or even the dog.

The 11th Annual Celebration and Children’s Parade will be held Tuesday, July 4 starting at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mark’s Labyrinth, located at the corner of State and Ellis streets in Millsboro.

On the Fourth of July, the 11th Annual Celebration and Children’s Parade will be held at St. Mark’s Labyrinth in Millsboro.

Following a brief patriotic ceremony which includes the voice of Sussex County’s own Cathy Gorman, children dressed in patriotic colors and costumes will parade on the church grounds to the St. Mark’s Parish Hall.

Each child will receive a special gift for participating.

There will be children’s activities and games.  Hot dogs, chips and beverages will be provided.

In case of rain, the celebration and parade will be held in St. Mark’s Parish Hall.

For more information, contact Gale White at 644-0777.

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