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Jane Boyter volunteered her time making cherry and grape snow cones to help cool off attendees on a hot July day.
Jane Boyter volunteered her time making cherry and grape snow cones to help cool off attendees on a hot July day.
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Jane Boyter volunteered her time making cherry and grape snow cones to help cool off attendees on a hot July day.


This family enjoyed popcorn and hot dogs while waiting for the fireworks show.


Volunteers perfected the swirling motion to make a delicious piece of cotton candy.


First Baptist pastor Mark Chapman recognized current military and veterans of the armed forces before giving away door prizes.


Event attendees enjoyed a buffet of popcorn, hot dogs, drinks, watermelon, cotton candy and snow cones.


Current military personnel and veterans of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard were recognized before the Fourth of July celebration was capped with a fireworks show.


Navy veteran Williams Hawkins won the top door prize, a new gas grill.


Over 300 attendees sat back and enjoyed the fireworks show as night fell.


Fireworks lit up the sky as Winnsboro celebrated the Fourth of July at First Baptist Church.


Kids were entertained by games and inflatable bouncy houses.


Spectators enjoyed nearly a 30-minute show as fireworks painted the night sky in Winnsboro on July 4.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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