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Shirley Russell|The Thomaston TimesThe 148th annual celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation in Thomaston, the oldest such celebration in the nation, was a success on May 24-25. The celebration featured one of the largest parades in recent history, food and entertainment on Cunningham Avenue after the parade, and a Fun Day in Lincoln Park on Sunday. In the photo, children on the New Life Church float are excited to be riding in the parade.
Shirley Russell|The Thomaston TimesThe 148th annual celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation in Thomaston, the oldest such celebration in the nation, was a success on May 24-25. The celebration featured one of the largest parades in recent history, food and entertainment on Cunningham Avenue after the parade, and a Fun Day in Lincoln Park on Sunday. In the photo, children on the New Life Church float are excited to be riding in the parade.
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Shirley Russell|The Thomaston Times


The 148th annual celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation in Thomaston, the oldest such celebration in the nation, was a success on May 24-25. The celebration featured one of the largest parades in recent history, food and entertainment on Cunningham Avenue after the parade, and a Fun Day in Lincoln Park on Sunday. In the photo, children on the New Life Church float are excited to be riding in the parade.


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