Duncanville Lions Club Fourth of July Parade “Liberty & 100 Years of Lionism”

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The Duncanville Lions Club would like to invite all citizens of Duncanville and other Best Southwest cities to celebrate our Nation’s Independence Day by attending the annual Fourth of July Parade at 9:00 A.M. on Tuesday, July 4th.

Honoring the 100th anniversary of the Lions Club International, the theme will be “Liberty & 100 Years of Lionism” with Lion John Thompson, who recently celebrated his 50th anniversary of being a Lion, serving as Grand Marshal.

The parade will begin at Reed Middle School, 530 Freeman Street, turn right on Wheatland Road, right on Main Street, followed by a right on Freeman Street and continue back to Reed Middle School. Make plans to get there early to get the best spots for you and your family.

To participate in the parade, please register with the Duncanville Lions Club at the following locations: Duncanville Chamber of Commerce, 300 East Wheatland Road; Red Bird Lanes, 1114 S. Main Street; Ben Franklin Apothecary, 302 N. Main Street, or download the form at http://www.duncanvillelionsclub.com/fourth-of-july – Forms can be mailed to Duncanville Lions Club – Parade Entry, PO Box 381055, Duncanville, TX 75138

For more information about the parade or to get involved with the Duncanville Lions, please call Don at (214) 918-9981 or Kasey at (972) 298-1147.

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