Gloucester City News Headlines for June 24 Issue
Catherine E. Scott, Devoted St. Rose of Lima Parishioner, Haddon Hts.

Waterfront Developer to Pay for Bellmawr Parade

By Chris Concannon

NEWS Correspondent

An 11th-hour reprieve, in the form of a private donation made by the developer of the Sr_93271aff9367ff Bellmawr Waterfront, has put the Annual Fourth of July Parade back on schedule.

The developer has donated the entire cost of the parade. It had been cancelled by Bellmawr Mayor and Council due to fiscal reasons.

In honor of Church observances, the parade, including all aspects such as the baby and bicycle parades, will go on as planned Monday July 5.

It will step off from Annunciation School at 11 a.m., and terminate as usual at Borough Hall.

Anyone wishing to register can contact Bellmawr Borough Hall, at (856) 933-1313.

In other town news, the Bellmawr School District has announced the beginning of their Summer Reading Program, which this year will be mandatory for all students from K-8.

Further details will be in next week’s edition of the Gloucester City News.

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