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How Browning Masonic Community Celebrates July 4th

As our country celebrates Independence Day every year on July 4th, this year was even more special for the community members at Browning Masonic Community. (BMC) After living through more than a year of life during a pandemic, family and friends joined together with community members to celebrate, making this year even more special than others.

BMC had a variety of farm stands, s’mores, a 50/50 raffle, patriotic drinks and a snow cone food truck.  Food included walking tacos as well as hand cut, malt vinegar seasoned French fries created by Chef Gary!

Community members enjoyed yard games, a dunk tank, putt-putt and music provided by Matt Richardson. The evening culminated with fireworks that everyone enjoyed.

The patriotic activities didn’t end there. There were firework themed crafts as well as great food and fun throughout the entire weekend. As the weekend came to a close, the community members knew that they had just enjoyed a traditional BMC July 4th celebration!