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Menifee’s 24th Annual Fourth of July Festival culiminated in an evening of fireworks.
Menifee’s 24th Annual Fourth of July Festival culiminated in an evening of fireworks.

Menifee Celebrates Independence Day at Wheatfield Park


Friday, July 4th, 2014
Issue 27, Volume 18.


MENIFEE - Over 15,000 people came to Wheatfield Park for the City of Menifee’s 24th Annual Fourth of July celebration.

The park was filled with games, free kid zones, rock climbing wall, giant slides, Gale Webb Extreme Sports Show, delicious food and ended the evening with a spectacular fireworks display.

The day was sponsored by the City of Menifee, Valley Wide Advertisement
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Recreation and Parks District and Lake Menifee Women’s Club.

The day began with a parade led by Bob O’Donnell, a Menifee School Board District member, as Grand Marshall. Mayor Scott Mann and other city council members rode in classic vehicles donated by Mott Museum. The City of Menifee hosts this event yearly on the Saturday before the Fourth of July.


 

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