Bel Air Independence Day Committee extends 4th of July parade application deadline to June 15

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    It’s not too late to join the parade! I just received this e-mail from the organizers of Bel Air’s 4th of July events announcing they are extending the deadline for parade applications to June 15. If you’re interested in marching down Main Street on July 4 for the first time since Main Street was refurbished, you can find an application online at http://www.belairjuly4.org and offline at Bel Air Town Hall, 39 Hickory Avenue, Bel Air. Here’s the release:

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    BEL AIR JULY 4 PARADE APPLICATION DEADLINE — EXTENDED to JUNE 15!!!
    Applications can be filed ON LINE at http://www.belairjuly4.org — just follow the links that say “Join the Parade!”
    Application forms and Parade Rules are also available at Bel Air Town Hall, 39 Hickory Avenue, Bel Air.
    The Bel Air Parade is looking for car clubs, scout packs, church groups, civic organizations — anyone who loves the USA and loves being in a parade!
    The Bel Air Parade is one of the best in the entire Baltimore Metro area and features bands and performers from Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, New Jersey and New York, plus most of the high school marching bands from Harford County; plus Beauty Queens, local businesses, twirlers and dancers, and much more! Plaques, cash awards and recognition are given the best parade units, in categories!

    This year’s theme — AMERICAN PATRIOTS, YESTERDAY AND TODAY!

    JOIN THE PARADE, celebrate our freedom, and have a great time!

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    In other July 4 news, remember that the location of the Flag Raising and Pancake Breakfast has been moved to the Bel Air Middle School due to the construction going on around the Bel Air High School. The Bel Air Middle School is at 99 Idlewild Street. Click here for a map of all the Bel Air Independence Day events: http://www.belairjuly4.org/innerpages/mapday2008.html

    Click here for a map of the parade route: http://www.belairjuly4.org/innerpages/mapparade2008.html
    The parade starts at 6 p.m. July 4.