Patriotism on full display at Dunwoody Fourth of July parade

DUNWOODY, Ga. — Patriotism was on full display Monday during Dunwoody’s annual Fourth of July parade.

Frontline workers served as the grand marshals of this year’s parade, which organizers say is the largest Independence Day parade in Georgia. The parade is typically held on July 4, unless the holiday falls on a Sunday.

The parade featured the requisite mix of vintage cars, fire trucks and glad-handing politicos.

 

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