Celebrating Fourth of July

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Titusville’s annual Fourth of July festivities celebrated community spirit, traditions, and America’s independence.

The day was filled with Titusville’s opening ceremonies, live music by the River Dogs, its regular Fourth of July big parade, baby parade, bike parade and a quoits tournament on July 4th in Titusville.

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This year’s theme for the small community in Hopewell Township continued as the OG River Rats.

Children, families, and visitors, watched and waved as Hopewell Township Committee members, firefighters, emergency services, Hopewell Township police officers, and Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts passed along the parade route.

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