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|July 4 In Anaheim To Feature Fireworks, Parade, Entertainment, Fitness Runs, And More|
ANAHEIM, CA - (July 2, 2012) - Celebrating Independence Day in Anaheim has something for every member of the family … including Fido!
The entire community is invited to the 24th annual Fourth of July event which will feature the “Firecracker” 5/10K Run and 2K Walk, food and entertainment, a dog show, a colorful parade, and conclude with a sky-filled evening fireworks show.
The events are sponsored by the City of Anaheim, Canyon Hills Community Council and the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce. For more information please visit www.canyonhillscommunitycouncil.org
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