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The annual Patchogue Lions Club Fourth of July parade is canceled for the second year in a row. Instead there will a ceremony held in the village to commemorate the day.
David Kennedy, executive director of the Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, confirmed that similar to last year, the Patchogue Lions Club will be hosting a Fourth of July ceremony at the Four Corners in Patchogue Village, the intersection of Ocean Avenue and Main Street.
The ceremony will be held on July 4 at noon, Kennedy said. According to other reports, the rain date is July 10.
Greaterpatchogue.com reached out to the Lions Club for more information but did not receive a response.
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