Monday, August 18, 2014
Kingsport's 4th of July Parade: "Gets Bigger and Better Every Year"
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Among those spectators.. Gwan Hill and his family of Kingsport.
"The DB band," she says, emphatically. "I love the band. I think DB's band is just unbelieveable. It's the best band around.. when they're on their A game, you just can't beat 'em."
It helps that Tameika is a Dobyns-Bennett graduate, class of '96.
Gwan Hill says, his family has been to many Kingsport Fourth of July parades, too numerous to count.
He says, his hometown of Johnson City needs to sit up and take notice, because there's nothing like a Kingsport parade.
Kingsport’s Fourth of July Celebration & Parade began at 10 AM Saturday the 4th, kicking off from the Renaissance Center and rolling through town to its end point at the intersection of Eastman Road and Fort Henry Drive.
It was the 56th Mack Riddle American Legion Fourth of July Parade in Kingsport.
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