Marine says thanks |

Marine says thanks

I would like to thank the entire community and Summit County Rotary for all you did to show support for not only myself, but all those who served beside me. It meant so much to know that we had so many people back home who cared for us and what we were sent to accomplish.

What you did showed the world that we were not a military acting alone but a nation united and determined to make this world a better and safer place. On behalf of all those who served overseas, thank you!

Cpl. Nathan J. Reynolds


Fourth of July Parade

FRISCO – There’s still time to submit entries for the annual Fantastic Fourth of July Parade on Main Street in Frisco. The parade offers entrants the opportunity to show the hometown spirit of Frisco. The parade theme this year is “Proud to be an American.”

Staging for the parade begins at Madison Street, by Town Hall. Staging takes place from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., and the parade begins at exactly 12:30 p.m. Only preregistered floats will be judged, and the results will be announced at 3 p.m. from the stage at the Historic Park. Participants must sign release waivers. Waivers can be signed the day of the parade during lineup. Town staff will be on site with release forms. Please stop by Frisco Town Hall, 1 Main Street, or call (970) 668-5276, ext. 3076, to register for the parade.

– Daily News staff report

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