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By Tom Ferrall
Staff Writer 

Group formed to create Independence Day celebration

Fireworks would be part of the festivities


Last updated 8/29/2018 at 11:28am

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The Grand Tradition is packed for its 2015 Independence Day celebration. Fallbrook hasn't had a Independence Day event the past two years, a situation a new group called the Fallbrook Independence Day Committee hopes to change.

A group of residents has started a campaign to bring fireworks and an Independence Day celebration back to Fallbrook.

Fallbrook hasn't had fireworks or an official Fourth of July party the past two years. The Grand Tradition hosted an Independence Day celebration and fireworks from 2004-2016 but decided in 2017 to halt the pyrotechnics due to safety concerns for nearby housing.

The new Fallbrook Independence Day Committee was formed in late June and held its first meeting July 17.

"We had 10 people from various organizations attend the meeting," said Marc Sigmon, one of the founders of the...

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