NIM's Freedom Fest draws hundreds - WRBL

NIM's Freedom Fest draws hundreds

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Miles Shull Miles Shull
 The National Infantry Museum hosted their Freedom Fest Friday in celebration of July 4th.

Folks enjoyed food, music and activities for the kids.

The popular silver wings parachute demonstration made an appearance as they dropped into the parade field.

Visitors also enjoyed re-enactors firing large civil war cannon throughout the day. We asked one little boy what was his favorite part of the celebration.

"Playing at the army tank,” said Miles Shull.

Playing at the army tanks' huh? Why did you like that?, we asked.

“Because we had really big wheels," he said.

So he likes the really big wheels on the tanks. And the last skydiver had a really big American flag. This was the second year the national infantry museum has done the Freedom Fest celebration.

Dayne Young

Dayne is a sports anchor and reporter for WRBL. He started covering the Chattahoochee Valley in September 2012. More>>

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