Let freedom ring

Bombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later. -
Qunita Lee and Newton Grove Mayor Gerald Darden display an Honor and Remember flag that the local beautification committee presented to the town for display in the circle as soon as the flag poles arrive and are installed. -
Bombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later. -

Bombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later.

Qunita Lee and Newton Grove Mayor Gerald Darden display an Honor and Remember flag that the local beautification committee presented to the town for display in the circle as soon as the flag poles arrive and are installed.

Bombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_fireworks1.jpgBombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later.

Qunita Lee and Newton Grove Mayor Gerald Darden display an Honor and Remember flag that the local beautification committee presented to the town for display in the circle as soon as the flag poles arrive and are installed.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_fireworks3.jpgQunita Lee and Newton Grove Mayor Gerald Darden display an Honor and Remember flag that the local beautification committee presented to the town for display in the circle as soon as the flag poles arrive and are installed.

Bombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_fireworks3a.jpgBombs bursting in air: the town of Newton Grove had its Independence Day fireworks display on Sunday night, bringing to a close an afternoon event at Weeks Park. The town’s annual Independence Day Celebration is a summertime tradition for many. With the Fourth of July being in the middle of the week this year, town officials said the event allowed for a weekend observance, albeit a few days later.