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Cherokee Fourth of July

 

Desiree Morehead

Top Row (Left to Right): Nicole Allison (left) and Rebecca Salinas (right) try to catch their eggs during the egg toss at the Cherokee 4th of July festivities; Autumn McMahan tosses her egg during the Cherokee 4th of July festivities; Braxton Wilhite stretched to catch his egg during the egg toss at the Cherokee 4th of July festivities; Cherokee Police Chief Ryan McNeil gets Bo Stocking's fingerprints at the Cherokee 4th of July festivities. The Cherokee Police Department had booth to get kids' fingerprints and photos; Adrian Alvidrez with the Cherokee Fire Department gets their popcorn booth ready for the Cherokee 4th of July festivities; Kolton Gilley uses gentle hands to keep his water balloon from popping during the Cherokee 4th of July festivities. Bottom Row (Left to Right): Delana Hansel (left) and Paula Mahieu (right) hang out in the shade while taking money for the annual 4th of July Lunch put on by the Cherokee Main Street; Cherokee Main Street President Kyle Spade helps the younger ones with their hot dogs at the 4th of July festivities; Newly re-elected Alfalfa County Sheriff Rick Wallace and his wife Dianna give out free root beer floats at the Cherokee 4th of July festivities; Lake Lyon got soaked when his water balloon burst at the Cherokee 4th of July festivities.

Cherokee celebrated this Fourth of July with egg tosses, water balloon tosses, food, fireworks, and fun. The New Sherriff was there giving out free root beer floats, also the police department was taking fingerprints and pictures for our youths safety. The fire department was fixing popcorn and many chances to visit, eat, and enjoy the fourth of July.

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