June C. Disher, citizen of North, dressed in patriotic attire not only for the fireworks in North on July 4th but for what she stated was her birthday.
Clarence Donaldson, North Councilmembers Deborah Cook and Daniel Jackson, Suzanne Reed, and Savannah Reed volunteer for the Christmas at the North Pole concessions to raise money for that event during the fireworks in North on July 4th.
Levonia Rivers, Don Wannamaker, Franklin Williams, and Joseph Chen, North-area veterans who served in the Army, join Will Branlett who served in the Army National Guard and wait for the fireworks in North.
Rita Coleman, a grandmother from the North area, sits with her granddaughter Talia Stack, 7, and their 5 month-old puppy Lucky while they wait in patriotic attire for the fireworks in North.
Amelia and Lakelynn help Mayor Patty Carson give out ice cream to the children for 4th of July.
Daniel Wannamaker turned 96 on Independence Day, 2018. He has lived in North, SC, for 46 years.
William Bramlett buys a hot dog from North Council woman Deborah Cook and Suzanne Reed, the chairman for the North Christmas Committee. Reed explained that all proceeds from the sale of hot dogs, drinks and chips will be donated to the 2018 North Christmas celebration.
A patriotic scene taken by Mayor Patty Carson.