- Posted October 8, 2011 by
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Salute to troops
City Of Hahira Georgia Salutes The Troops
The city of Hahira Georgia along with many citizens of south Georgia came out in full force for the 30th annual Honeybee festival to salute the troops. This years parade featured many floats and organizations paying respects to those who serve our country. People came from all around not to just take part in the parade but, to watch it as well. They city of Hahira today sent the message loud and clear that they are grateful to those who serve our country. Hahira is located about 20 or so miles from Moody Air Force Base. There was a buzz of pride in the air as some people waved flags while other passed them out. It was a day to remember those who served form past to present as well as inspire those who will serve in the future. Along with the biggest parade in it’s 30 year history a large craft fair was located along the downtown area and a kids zone with loads of games and events for children. Among them a slide, electronic bull and firefighter memorial truck that kids got to sit in and try on firefighting gear just to name a few.