Covering the Lands End Fourth of July parade

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Lands End, located at the southwestern tip of St. Helena Island, held it’s annual Independence Day parade Saturday morning. Residents of the community spend hours decorating their floats, golf carts, cars, and bicycles for a big reveal on July 4th when the Lady’s Island/St. Helena Fire Department ring their sirens to kick off the holiday event. Creative themes from this year’s parade included a patriotic “Let It Go” themed golf cart from the movie Frozen, a UPS golf cart that was “delivering freedom”, and a golf cart displaying Miss Lands End from 1940. Photos by Gina Oswald.

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