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Wild Adventures celebrates America

June 26, 2006

Valdosta - In honor of the Fourth of July, Wild Adventures Theme Park near Valdosta is kicking off their Celebrate America Event.

America's past, present, and future through a wide array of events that run through the end of July.

"We have a celebration parade featuring a 20-foot tall Uncle Sam walking around who will hand kids flags and they get to join in on the parade and several great concerts coming up. So it's just a great time to come out and enjoy our county and everything great about this country," said Wild Adventures Public Relation Coordinator Tiffany Lewis.

The celebration will also include an exhibit featuring great moments in American history as well as a nightly fireworks show.  All the events are included in the parks admission.

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