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Here Comes the Parade

Door to door, Lexington Park Parade Committee members spread the word in the South Essex neighborhood that the parade was returning this year, closing the single access road to the neighborhood for less than an hour May 4.

Residents of Queen Anne Apartments are also receiving notices; their entry onto GreatPride in the Park Parade 2013 crop Mills Road will  be closed for the 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. parade. Emergency vehicles will of course receive access if required, stated Robin Finnacom, president of the Community Development Corporation which supports the business association efforts.

Here Ms. Finnacom wraps up her recent tour of the neighborhood with a fan of flyers inviting everyone to the parade. She reports a near universal positive response from South Essex residents, many thanking her for the advance notice.

The parade this year commemorates the 70th anniversary of the commissioning of the Naval Air Station: Patuxent River.

About Viki Volk

Lexington Park Leader is an online news magazine and marketing service out of Lexington Park, MD, home to naval aviation and hub of auxiliary commercial and military aviation economies. LexLeader.NET reports on the government contracting industry and puts its members news in front of these industry employers and employees.

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