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Deadlines near for Faith Idol competition, parade entrues

Faith Idol, parade deadlines coming up
FAITH ó Time is running out to be a part of the Faith Idol competition and also to be in the Fourth of July parade.
Three winners will take home $500 each in addition to getting to perform for thousands attending the week of Fourth of July activities.
The Idol competition has become one of the favorites in the week of parade activities, which this year will run from June 27 to July 4, climaxing with the morning parade and the final idol competition.
The deadline for entering the Faith Idol competition is Monday.
Contestants will be in three age categories: adult, 13-19, 12 and under.
The registration fee is $10.
To register call Pam Alexander at 704-279-2256.
The deadline to enter the parade is June 19. Entry fee is $25.
Military units, Legion posts and veterans organizations may enter free of charge.
The parade will be Saturday, July 4, at 10 a.m.
To enter the parade, contact James, Sylvia or Pam Alexander at 704-279-2256.
For detailed information on the Faith Fourth celebration, go to the Web site, faith4th.com.

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