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More Details Announced About Juneteenth Celebration

Organizers of Pulaski’s Juneteenth Celebration have announced more plans for the June 19 event at W.D. Savage Park.

The event will run from 3-8 p.m., at the park at 116 Thomas St.,Pulaski.

Selected parking will be available for those with disabilities and for the elderly.

There will be a a bouncy house and water slide, so parents are asked to make sure their little ones are prepared to get wet.

Someone will be on hand to give free haircuts.

Bring dancing shoes and get ready to cha cha, electric slide and other line dancing. Disk Jockey Marcus Nelson will surely make you want to do the “get up”.

Because it’s gonna be hot, please bring umbrellas, pop up tents etc. to be protected from the sun. There will be plenty of ice cold bottled water and drinks.

After you’ve cooled off, sit back and enjoy the speakers, entertainment or play a game of corn hole or checkers, whatever your pleasure.

There will be a special drawing for fathers. So make sure your name is in that special box just for you.

Make sure to sign up for door prizes.

This information came from the Giles County Tenn. Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

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