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SHEFFIELD, AL (WAFF) -
Sheffield kicked off their Fourth of July celebrations first thing Wednesday morning with a parade.
Families dressed in their red, white and blue and took part in a walking parade followed by a community gathering.
Those in attendance were treated to watermelon and lemonade.
People said it was a great way to celebrate the Fourth.
"We always have a get together with family, and the way it fell this year we were able to do ours over the weekend, and it was great that we had this day free to enjoy this and with the large crowd turnout this time it was really amazing," said resident Pamela Rikard.
Prizes were awarded for the best decorated bicycle and wagon.