PTNN Little-Melissa From A Little Agency Sets 1-5 REPACK 📎

PTNN Little-Melissa From A Little Agency Sets 1-5 REPACK 📎


PTNN Little-Melissa From A Little Agency Sets 1-5

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More than 12,000 pounds of food from the month of April will be donated to the Fremont City Ministry for distribution in Fremont, Ohio…..

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A the greatest « d army in the world, Amer’ttan l y needs National Cemetery sites at distances “up to a mile from the front”…..


If you are planning to attend the Festivities, if you’re a member of the Blood Club, if you are in the word of honor yourself… these are just a handful of reasons to be on your best behaviour for the Memorial Day Festival on May 25th in Fremont.

The organizers of The Fremont Memorial Day Festival have just released details of all of the activities that will take place at the annual parading festivities.

Many of the events and activities for this year’s Festival include appearances by The Fremont American Legion’s marching band and top musical performers.

Members of the American Legion, VFW and DAV will also make a special appearance at the Festivities. All participants in the Memorial Day parade will be invited to the parades from both the VFW and American Legion.

The top-notch entertainment schedule will include appearances by local stars of music, theater, and dance.

Continental Cuisine & Sleďstwave Food and Free Admission are some of the highlights of the Memorial Day Festival’s weekend of entertainment, and there are many more for the Memorial Day Festival which will go down as one of the top parades in all of Ohio

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