July 1, 2006
One local town showed their patriotic side Saturday afternoon.
Crozet held it's annual Fourth of July parade, which made it's way through the town's streets.
The parade was complete with fire trucks, small floats, and cheering kids.
Many of those taking part in the parade were local EMS workers.
"The rescue squad and the firefighters, most of them are volunteers that give back," said Mary Effird, as she watched the parade go by. "They give up their time voluntarily and it's a great thing. We live in a nice place and that's why, it's one of the reasons why," she said.
Those EMS crews taking part in the parade want to remind everyone that they are always looking for volunteers.
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