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San Juan, Texas – In celebration of the Independence Day Holiday, City of San Juan officials hosted the 3rd Annual Fourth of July Festival, Parade, and Fireworks Show on Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at the San Juan Municipal Park. 

Hundreds of families were in attendance for this free festival which included food, water slides, wrestling, and performances by Buck N Crazy Band, Joe V. & Midnight Run, and Mikey Jay. Special guest Texas State Senator Eddie Lucio, Jr. was in attendance and presented City of San Juan officials with a proclamation in honor of the annual festival, a Texas flag, as well as an official state gavel used during state public meetings to Mayor Mario Garza. In return, city officials presented Senator Lucio with a key to the city to commemorate the occasion.

The festival was made possible through the support of generous sponsors, including the City of San Juan, San Juan EDC, Doggett Freightliner South Texas, City Taxi McAllen, PSJA ISD, Tri-City Prints, Topgolf, Core & Main, Lucky 7 Mini Mart, Dynasty Custom Homes, Cruz-Hogan Engineers | Planners, Ferguson Waterworks, Precision Pump Systems, Doggett, JC Auto Sales #2, Tierra del Sol Golf Club, Oscar Cancino Engineering, Dila Diseno, Bob Trevino Insurance, Raba Kistner, and Palacios Garza & Thompson, P.C., Attorneys at Law.

“We want to thank all city employees, workers, sponsors and volunteers who contributed to the success of this event,” said Mayor Mario Garza. “We hope all attendees enjoyed the festivities as we celebrated the freedom and liberties that we enjoy as Americans,” he added.

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