Celebrating the Fourth


Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.


Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.


Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.


Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.


Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.


Barb Slone | News-Current

Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current

Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current

Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current

Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current

Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_bcreek01.jpgBarb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_bcreek02.jpgBarb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_bcreek03.jpgBarb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_bcreek04.jpgBarb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.

Barb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_bcreek05.jpgBarb Slone | News-Current Rain didn’t dampen the July 4 spirit as the City of Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department hosted their July 4 parade and fireworks. The parade started at the intersection of Dayton-Xenia Road and traveled the route is 1.2 miles. After the parade they hosted food and entertainment prior to that night’s fireworks.