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Small town parade draws crowd to celebrate America

New Zion’s tradition one of few standing in the Pee Dee

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Posted: Thursday, July 4, 2013 4:31 pm | Updated: 6:50 pm, Thu Jul 4, 2013.

NEW ZION, S.C. — On a day that exalts all that makes America great, the community of New Zion put one of those things — small-town charm — on full display during its annual Independence Day Parade.

The small, unincorporated town just south of Turbeville in Clarendon County hosted its 17th annual Fourth of July parade, drawing excited crowds from across the Pee Dee to celebrate the day the old-fashioned way.

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