Made in the USA: Kennesaw kicks off holiday with ‘Salute to the Fourth’
by Hilary Butschek
July 04, 2015 12:00 AM | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend
KENNESAW — Independence Day celebrations began early in Kennesaw with “Salute to the Fourth.” Despite the muggy weather and the threat of rain, residents gathered Friday evening downtown for pre-Independence Day events. Councilwoman Cris Eaton-Welsh said the city has been holding the celebration the day before Independence Day for at least 25 years. “Kennesaw has always had theirs on the third, and Acworth has always had theirs on the F...
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Aside from Confederate historical sites (i.e. cemeteries, monuments, battle sites or museums), should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?