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Local radio station to broadcast Fourth of July concert

By By Fredie Carmichael / staff writer
May 29, 2002
Local radio organizers announced plans today for the live broadcast of the "Let Freedom Buzz Fourth of July Pops in the Park" concert that will be held at Bonita Lakes.
Al Brown, general manager of B-93, said the Meridian Symphony Orchestra's concert will be broadcast live on his radio station starting at 8 p.m.
Brown announced plans today in a press conference at Will Print Inc. in downtown Meridian. The concert will be held, July 4, near the upper-lake at Bonita Lakes.
The orchestra will begin playing one hour before the fireworks show at the lake. Admission and parking will be free to the public.

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