Rocket’s red glare

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Crowd enjoys impressive fireworks show

By Lisa King

A warm summer breeze, the laughter of children, food and drink in abundance, rockin’ music and a thrilling fireworks display to cap it off.  All in all, it was a Fourth of July celebration to remember for an estimated 2,500 people who attended the event at Clear Creek Park on Monday night.  A huge American flag suspended from between two Shelby County Fire Trucks set the patriotic tone as people entered the park, passing beneath its stars and stripes. Then on to the fun. Julia Stenger and McKinzie Russell of Shelbyville said they had a really great time.

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